Based on a Book, Classic, Drama, Romance
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One Show Only! Sunday, July 14, 1:30pm to prepare you for our screening of Making Montgomery Clift in our 2019 CinemaQ Film Festival!
Join us in celebrating the gay cult classics every month at our Big Gay Matinee, presented by CinemaQ! Complete your Sunday Funday - after you brunch and before you hit beer bust - as we look at what makes some films catnip for gay audiences. You don't have to be gay to enjoy these cinematic treats... BUT IT HELPS! Come early for pre-show entertainment, drink specials and more hosted by Keith Garcia and friends!
This month we're getting you ready with some cult classics tied to films in the CinemaQ Film Festival starting with A Place In The Sun!
Actor Montgomery Clift's career was white hot upon the release of this Hollywood classic which did wonders to ensure his straight heartthrob status while pushing him further into the celluloid closet.
About the film:
In this classic version of Theodore Dreiser's novel "An American Tragedy," George Eastman (Montgomery Clift), the nephew of a wealthy industrialist, is excluded from high society and given a blue-collar job at his uncle's factory. While ascending the ranks of the company, George becomes romantically involved with co-worker Alice Tripp (Shelley Winters). However, when he is introduced to socialite Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor), he quickly falls for her, leading to a tragic love triangle.