A Woman's Face | Chicago Reader

A Woman's Face

George Cukor's baroque 1941 weepie features a complicated plot in which Joan Crawford is transformed from streetwalker to grand dame with the removal of a facial scar. The film is more strange than good, yet its self-conscious treatment of the politics of beauty seems eerily prescient. With Melvyn Douglas and Conrad Veidt. 106 min.

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