Two-Faced Woman | Chicago Reader

Two-Faced Woman

George Cukor's 1941 comedy is usually blamed for Greta Garbo's premature retirement from the screen, but the charge is probably unjust—it's not a bad film, really, and Garbo was supposedly more upset about the shelving of her beloved Madame Curie project than anything else. I still wouldn't hold it up as a sterling example of American wit, but it has its moments, and Garbo does a hell of a rhumba. With Melvyn Douglas, Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Robert Sterling, and Ruth Gordon.


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