Joan Crawford in A Woman’s Face  (George Cukor, 1941), one of her best performances. She portrays a bitter disfigured woman who makes her living by blackmail. A plastic surgeon takes an interest in her and through plastic surgery (and the type of miracle only found in the movies) corrects the disfigurement. With a different face, she begins to have a different life.

Louis B. Mayer, the head of MGM, advised her against making the film, but it turned out to be one of her best reviewed performances

Öğüt, zamanında taze yenmemiş bir ekmeği başkasına bayat yedirme denemesidir.

Özdemir Asaf

Görsel : Bernard Rouget -  Portrait Of A Young Girl, Morocco , Circa 1940