‘I’ve been on a bad run. I meet these women. I make them laugh, it’s the best sex of their whole life, and then they just can’t keep up. They get jealous, they feel inferior, which they usually are. And it’s all broken hearts, division transfers.’
A PATCH OF BLUE (‘65) star Elizabeth Hartman was 22 when she was nominated for the Best Actress Academy Award®, making her the youngest nominee in that category up to that point. She held the record for ten years before 20-year-old Isabelle Adjani broke her record for THE STORY OF ADELE H ('75).