The late Montgomery Clift left a legacy that will endure for generations. Star of such films as The Misfits and A Place in the Sun, the life of the gay actor has inspired an upcoming biopic, starring Matt Bomer.
But another project about Clift seeks the truth behind the media spectacle that became of his life. The late actor's nephew, Robert Clift and wife, Hillary Demmon direct a documentary of Monty's life, including interviews with family and loved ones, as well as other unseen archival materials. It seeks to depict the truthfully man that was so often sensationalized with labels like “tragically self-destructive” and “tormented.”
Making Montgomery Clift premieres soon. Watch the trailer below: