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"All That Heaven Allows" is a 1955 romance feature film starring Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson in a tale about a well-to-do widow and a younger landscape designer falling in love. The screenplay was written by Peg Fenwick based upon a story by Edna L. Lee and Harry Lee. The film was directed by Douglas Sirk and produced by Ross Hunter.
- also known as 순정에 맺은 사랑, 천국이 허락한 모든 것
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Ross Hunter
- art direction by Alexander Golitzen & Eric Orbom
- written by Peg Fenwick, Edna Lee, Harry Lee
- cinematography by Russell Metty
- edited by Frank Gross
- music by Frank Skinner
- set decoration by Julia Heron & Russell A. Gausman
- genres: Romance Film, Melodrama, Drama
- rating: All
- released on (59 years ago)
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Like Sirk's All That Heaven Allows (1956), of which it is a partial re-make, Fear Eats the Soul shows a scandalous love story across social divides, centring on a couple faced with the disapproval and outright sabotage of family and neighbours.
by Thomas S. Hischak
Less overwrought is Sirk's quiet romantic drama All That Heaven Allows about a rich widow (Jane Wyman) who falls in love with a much younger nursery owner ( Rock Hudson). The setting is the verdant suburbs and Skinner's bucolic music ...
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