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  • Creamy American Dream, Curdling at the Edges

    • el debbo
    • 2/17/16

    This is a very good movie, and as the other reviewer said "forgotten" (the last review written 10 years ago! crikey!) All the actors in top form...I didn't know Sheree North had it in her...and never saw Tony Randall as an obnoxious drunk, which was a superb portrayal. I love Jeff Hunter, he was a good actor and easy on the eyes. The big surprise for me was tough, ex-GI Cameron Mitchell. He was excellent. I checked his filmography and they have him listed in Moulin Rouge! the one that was filmed about 5 years after his death. Must've been an interesting shoot.Anyway, 5 stars for this realistic take on finding post-War happiness in little pink houses.

  • Suburban Distopia

    • Leslie
    • 7/11/06

    This forgotten film contradicts the common post-War conception of consumerism and conformity as dual roads to happiness. Spousal abuse, rape, bigotry, alcoholism, and (unnamed) post-traumatic stress disorder are among the issues plaguing residents of a brand-new California suburb. They are living the post-World War II dream, but this film challenges the truth of that dream. An antidote to the Cleavers, the Reeds, and the Cunninghams.

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