All one really needs to know about The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond
is that Tennessee Williams, the above-the-title star, wrote the screenplay “at the height of his late-'50s heyday,” according to the film’s publicity. Williams died in 1983, meaning that he had more than 20 years to either publish or produce his screenplay and chose not to. If your curiosity has not yet been quashed, it is also worth noting that the film debuted at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival, and then drifted in cinematic limbo for a year before finding a distributor. Still interested? Then, by all means, read on…
Bryce Dallas Howard plays a poor little rich girl from Memphis named...