Wild River

Every film buff knows Elia Kazan's On The Waterfront and East Of Eden, but his two greatest films are terribly overlooked. In the case of America, America (1963), it's probably because he didn't cast a star. In the case of Wild River (1960), it's almost inexplicable. Montgomery Clift is a government official trying to persuade an old woman she must leave her home before it's flooded. Complex, tender, rich and true, this is a masterpiece, lost and found.

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Every film buff knows Elia Kazan’s On The Waterfront and East Of Eden, but his two greatest films are terribly overlooked. In the case of America, America (1963), it’s probably because he didn’t cast a star. In the case of Wild River (1960), it’s almost inexplicable. Montgomery Clift is a government official trying to persuade an old woman she must leave her home before it’s flooded. Complex, tender, rich and true, this is a masterpiece, lost and found.

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