Something for Everyone


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Something for Everyone

  1. Friday, February 2, 2018 6:30 p.m.
Image from the film Something For Everyone.

One of only two films directed by Broadway legend Harold ‘Hal’ Prince, Something for Everyone is the darkest of black comedies. As a charismatic ne’er-do-well (Michael York) ingratiates himself into the household of a countess (Angela Lansbury) who has fallen on hard times in the aftermath of WWII; his social climb is counterposed with his moral plunge into depravity. Shot on location in Bavaria and Austria, this rarely screened film is visually as ravishing as its characters are revolting. Contains mature content. (HD Presentation)