In this series from aGLIFF Festival Director Jim Brunzell, someone is tasked with screening and defending a film that otherwise might have fallen through the cracks. This time, Brunzell himself provides the cinematic fodder.
Summer Film Classics: Wyman plays a proper middle-class widow who falls in love with the gardener (Hudson) who prunes her bushes. Not only is there a problem with his social class and his belief system (he reads Thoreau!), the man is 15 years her junior. Her grown children and her country-club circle are scandalized. Read a full review of All That Heaven Allows.