The legendary film couple Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, whose sensational private lives and two marriages were almost as explosive as many of the films in which they starred, deliver memorable and stunning performances in 'Divorce His, Divorce Hers', a 1973 made-for-television movie which actually reflected the torment of their own real-life volatile relationship. 'Divorce His; Divorce Hers' about a couple in the throes of breaking up after more than 20 years of marriage, examines the powerful feelings and passions that are aroused when such a break-up occurs. This electrifying two-part film tells the story from each partner's own perspective, and Taylor and Burton's emotional performances probably rate among the best of their long careers. 'Divorce His; Divorce Hers' could have been based on Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton's own real-life tumultuous marriage which, when this was filmed in the early Seventies, was also heading for the rocks. Barry Foster, Eva Griffith and Ronald Radd also appear in this terrific film tour-de-force, which accurately mirrors all the emotions, guilt, anger and passion engendered when a marriage disintegrates.