Starring Richard Widmark, Anne Bancroft and the irreplaceable Marilyn Monroe, in her days as a fledgling star on the rise. We’ve recently had the opportunity to catch up with this feature and rediscover one of Ms Monroe’s truest shining moments in cinematic history.
This role would spark Marilyn’s intrigue with the practice of method acting, and Marilyn’s world would never be the same again. Stress and nerves would upset the actress so badly, causing her to allegedly vomit before every scene. Delicate and beautiful, She’d go on to find ways of managing her nerves only to leave herself unhinged and unsettled.