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Reflections In A Golden Eye Official Trailer Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS Subscribe to TRAILERS Subscribe to COMING SOON Like us on FA Reflections in a Golden Eye IMDb Directed by John Huston With Elizabeth Taylor Marlon Brando Brian Keith Julie Harris Bizarre tale of sex betrayal and perversion at a military post Reflections In A Golden Eye YouTube trailer for Reflections In A Golden Eye starring Marlon Brando Elizabeth Taylor Brian Keith Julie Harris Robert Forster Zorro David Reflections in a Golden Eye film Wikipedia Reflections in a Golden Eye is a American drama film directed by John Huston based on the novel of the same name by Carson McCullers It deals with elements of repressed sexuality both homosexual and heterosexual as well as voyeurism and murder The film stars Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor The film was unsuccessful at the box office Reflections in a Golden Eye by Carson McCullers A short and strange story full of dread Reflections in a Golden Eye reflects on the nuances of illicit attraction Set on a southern fort during WWII the nearly plotless novel follows a small cast of characters—two officers their wives a soldier and a servant—as they are alternately drawn to and repulsed by each other Reflections in a Golden Eye | novel by McCullers | Reflections in a Golden Eye novel by Carson McCullers published in The novel is set in the s on a Southern army base and concerns the relationships between self destructive misfits whose lives end in tragedy and murder The cast of characters includes Captain Penderton a


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    in a moment when a great but unknown shock is expected the mind instinctively prepares itself by abandoning momentarily the faculty of surprise In that vulnerable instant a kaleidoscope of half guessed possibilities project themselves and when the disaster has defined itself there is the feeling of having understood beforehand in some supernatural wayFrom page one of this strange little book there is a sense of impending doom hovering over the reader straight through to the very last page As one would expect from Carson McCullers this book speaks of loneliness and isolation It also brings us into a world of obsession Each character stands out with their eccentricities You’re not going to find a single one towards whom you can extend a bit of hope You will not want to sit down and share all your dreams and sorrows with them Unlike my favorite McCullers novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter there are no John Singers or Mick Kellys The participants of this tragedy were two officers a soldier two women a Filipino and a horseThe story takes place at a southern army base during what I assume to be the 1930s One character on the surface serves as a ‘Peeping Tom’ of sorts This in itself was enough to give me the creeps But as our voyeur peers through the windows so do we spy on the lives of this group of tormented human beings Sexual repression of both the homosexual and the heterosexual nature is emphasized When an individual is not allowed to be him or herself what are the repercussions? If one must keep secret his or her desires the results will eventually reverberate across all the players Using the military post as the stage is a perfect way to illustrate the effects as this is a closed and disciplined community A discussion between two of the officers illuminates the conflict best You mean that any fulfillment obtained at the expense of normalcy is wrong and should not be allowed to bring happiness In short it is better because it is morally honorable for the square peg to keep scraping about the round hole rather than to discover and use the unorthodox square that would fit it? Why you put it exactly rightI’ll leave the rest for you to discover on your own This novel does not quite soar to the heights of my favorite McCullers novel Nevertheless she was a brilliant author and I highly recommend any of her work She writes of the outcast and the isolation of the human soul like no one else Don’t expect to be uplifted after reading one of her works but do expect to be fully satisfied