Having a difficult time with “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

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So, I’m halfway through with “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and I could barely sit and watch this film without shutting my TV off, not because it’s a bad film rather it’s an extremely fluid dialogue-driven movie. But, I mean it’s too real for me. Martha & George’s crumbling marriage, their twenty-plus years of suffering each other, not-so-subtly throwing shade at each other in front of other people. Oh my god! It’s too real for me.


I cannot watch any scene without squirming in my seat, constantly looking at the diminishing run-time. I don’t know, it’s a great film, but I’m probably not gonna watch it ahead, just because it’s too difficult to see these two individuals murdering each other with their hatred for one another.

Had to share this, don’t know why.

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