Barbara Sawyer (Dame Elizabeth Taylor) gets secret plastic surgery in Switzerland in an attempt to save her marriage to Mark Sawyer (Henry Fonda), but he doesn't seem interested in meeting her. She checks in to a ski resort to wait for Mark, and begins getting attention from young men. Her daughter tries to warn her that even though she has had the surgery it might be too late for her marriage, but she clings to the hope that Mark will come back once he sees her new look. Meanwhile, she must decide whether or not have an affair with a young man she's met.
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Surgery took years off her face. But can it save her marriage?
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Did You Know?
The device in this movie, having to do with aging, is that Dame Elizabeth Taylor plays a much older woman than she was during filming, and then gets surgery to make her look like, basically, Dame Elizabeth from 1973. So in effect, the surgery makes her look beautiful and young, like herself, who was, ironically, an aged, former ingenue. See more
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