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Suffering from headaches and inexplicable blackouts, timid housewife Eve White (Joanne Woodward) begins seeing a psychiatrist, Dr. Luther (Lee J. Cobb). He's stunned when she transforms before his eyes into the lascivious Eve Black, and diagnoses her as having multiple personalities. It's not long before a third, calling herself Jane, also appears. Through hypnosis and continued therapy, Luther struggles to help Eve recall the trauma that caused her identity to fracture.

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  • High Definition Transfer
  • Posters & Images from Around the World
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
Certificate:
PG
Director:
Nunnally Johnson
Region:
2
Main Language:
English
studio:
Signal One Entertainment
Theatrical Release Year:
1957

The Three Faces of Eve (Dual Format Edition)

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Suffering from headaches and inexplicable blackouts, timid housewife Eve White (Joanne Woodward) begins seeing a psychiatrist, Dr. Luther (Lee J. Cobb). He's stunned when she transforms before his eyes into the lascivious Eve Black, and diagnoses her as having multiple personalities. It's not long before a third, calling herself Jane, also appears. Through hypnosis and continued therapy, Luther struggles to help Eve recall the trauma that caused her identity to fracture.

Features:

  • High Definition Transfer
  • Posters & Images from Around the World
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
Certificate:
PG
Director:
Nunnally Johnson
Region:
2
Main Language:
English
studio:
Signal One Entertainment
Theatrical Release Year:
1957
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