After watching Jerry Wald's production of Faulkner's novel, you won't wish you were in the land of cotton where old times are not forgotten. Decadence rules in Faulkner's world, and this story is no exception. Beal and Warden are brothers to Leighton, an alcoholic nymphomaniac. Warden is
an imbecile who doesn't say a word, and Beal's character is underwritten to a point where no one is quite sure about his place in matters. The focus is on Leighton, who had to alter her British accent to fit the role of a fallen Dixie woman. The father of this unlikely trio had remarried after the
death of his first wife and acquired a stepson, Brynner, who now rules the family roo...