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    All That Heaven Allows

    An upper-class widow falls in love with a much younger, down-to-earth nurseryman, much to the disapproval of her children and criticism of her country club peers.
    Duration: 89 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1955
    IMDb: 7.6
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  • Actors of "All That Heaven Allows"

  • Characters of "All That Heaven Allows"

    Cary Scott. Character of All That Heaven Allows
    Played by: Jane Wyman
    Ron Kirby. Character of All That Heaven Allows
    Played by: Rock Hudson
    Sara Warren. Character of All That Heaven Allows
    Kay Scott. Character of All That Heaven Allows
    Played by: Gloria Talbott
    Howard Hoffer. Character of All That Heaven Allows
    Played by: Donald Curtis
  • Directors of "All That Heaven Allows"

    Douglas Sirk. Director of All That Heaven Allows
    Douglas Sirk
    Birthdate: 26 April 1897, Hamburg, Germany
  • Creators of "All That Heaven Allows"

    Peg Fenwick. Director of All That Heaven Allows
    Peg Fenwick
    Edna L. Lee. Director of All That Heaven Allows
    Edna L. Lee
    Birthdate: 22 March 1890, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "All That Heaven Allows"

    October 16, 2007

    Hudson is handsome and somewhat wooden. Laconic of speech, and imbued with an angel's patience and understanding, it's at times hard to understand his passion for the widow, what with pretty girls just spoilingfor his attention.

    New York Times
    March 25, 2006

    Solid and sensible drama plainly had to give way to outright emotional bulldozing and a paving of easy clichés.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Beneath the stunningly lovely visuals -- all expressionist colours, reflections, and frames-within-frames, used to produce a precise symbolism -- lies a kernel of terrifying despair

    Chicago Reader
    September 04, 2004

    A masterpiece (1955) by one of the most inventive and recondite directors ever to work in Hollywood, Douglas Sirk.

    Movie Metropolis
    August 03, 2014

    Works as a straightforward melodrama, but is so meticulously crafted by a visual master that it provides endless material for those who wish to mine for deeper social commentary.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    July 13, 2014

    Proof that there is artistry and glory in a genre that never had to apologise for itself, not when it was this confident, beautiful, and good.

    City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul
    August 21, 2009

    Sirk benefited immeasurably from the fact that the chief subject of his crazy cinema was postwar America.

    Urban Cinefile
    October 18, 2008

    A classic and beautiful film for those who love romantic stories

    Empire Magazine
    October 16, 2007

    Romance novel in narrative this transcends its genre with visual depth and perceptive socio-cultural insights.

    TV Guide
    October 16, 2007

    One of Sirk's finest films.

    Combustible Celluloid
    May 26, 2006

    'Time, if anything, will vindicate Douglas Sirk,' wrote Andrew Sarris in 1968. He was right.

    February 07, 2006

    When Carey (Jane Wyman) first visits the Andersons, friends of Ron (Rock Hudson), Thoreau's Walden is placed on the table. She then reads a passage in which he describes the "mass of men living lives of quiet desperation," a summation of her life.

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