Bette Davis and Joan Crawford by helitzur

Question 2

Bette Davis also had one of her signature roles in 1939 in this movie, as a free-spirited socialite who develops a fatal brain tumor. Her doctor and best friend deny her the full truth to try to allow her some happiness in her short time left to live, but when she discovers the reality of her condition, she still faces her fate with dignity. Name this enduringly popular tear-jerker that Davis often referred to as her personal favorite film of her career.