The Three Faces of Eve Page #2

Synopsis: Eve White is a quiet, mousy, unassuming wife and mother who keeps suffering from headaches and occasional black outs. Eventually she is sent to see psychiatrist Dr. Luther, and, while under hypnosis, a whole new personality emerges: the racy, wild, fun-loving Eve Black. Under continued therapy, yet a third personality appears, the relatively stable Jane. This film, based on the true-life case of a multiple personality, chronicles Dr. Luther's attempts to reconcile the three faces of Eve. multiple personalities.
Genre: Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Nunnally Johnson
Production: Fox
  Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
93%
APPROVED
Year:
1957
91 min
823 Views


Especially that lilac one.

l'm bringing'em all back this afternoon.

(Eve) Bonnie?

- Come on in, honey, and wash your hands.

- Tell her not to come in yet.

- What's the matter?

- Tell her l'll call her.

Never mind, honey.

l'll call you when we're ready.

Shut that door.

Hurry up.

Come here.

Will you come here?

I got a good mind to slap your face.

- What'd they say?

- What kind of dope do you think I am?

I don't know what you're talkin' about.

What did you think I was gonna do? Nothing?

Let you get away with it? 218 bucks!

- I didn't buy'em.

- You mean Miss Effie Blandford's a liar?

- She said I bought 'em?

- She didn't say nothin' else.

I don't see how she could.

You mean to tell me

you didn't try on those dresses?

I haven't been in the Beehive in months.

Sometimes I don't know whether

you're crazy or you think I am.

Are they gonna take 'em back?

l'll pack'em up for you.

- l'll do it.

- Let me.

You heard me. I said l'd do it.

(Bonnie) l'm hungry, Mommy.

(screams)

Evie!

(shrieks)

It's all right, honey.

(wails)

It's OK. You'll be all right.

It's all right, honey.

Don't get up.

l'll kill you if you get up.

- I didn't do it.

- But I saw her.

I didn't do it.

How can she say a thing like that

when I saw her with my own eyes?

- You mean you don't remember doing it.

- I didn't do it.

- I suppose you didn't buy those clothes?

- l'd die before l'd hurt Bonnie.

Why do you suppose Ralph says

things like that if they're not true?

- I love her too much.

- You wouldn't come home last month.

She went to Atlanta and then wouldn't come

home cos she was havin' too big a time.

When I went up to get her, she cussed

me and said she never would come home.

- How about how much you loved her then?

- Will you let me talk to her alone?

She wouldn't come home to me or to Bonnie.

We'll just be a few minutes.

You didn't answer my question, Mrs White.

That's not true, what he said.

What's not true?

- I haven't been to Atlanta in nearly a year.

- That's what I mean.

Why do you think he says

things like that if they're not true?

- I don't know.

- But he'd have to have some reason to do it.

- Yes, sir, I suppose so.

- Have you thought what that might be?

- I thought of one.

- What was that?

Maybe he wants to get Bonnie

away from me.

- Do you mean by divorce?

- No, sir, maybe not that.

But maybe he can make me believe

l'm losing my mind.

- Is that what you think he's trying to do?

- I don't know what else it could be.

- Am I?

- I find no evidence of it.

- But you're not positive.

- I couldn't be positive of anything so quickly.

But the fact you may be having

spells of amnesia

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Nunnally Johnson

Nunnally Hunter Johnson was an American filmmaker who wrote, produced, and directed motion pictures. more…

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