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"Antony Baekeland - Bakelite heir, killed his mother after she forced him to have sex with her to prove he wasn't gay. He got out of prison, only to kill his grandmother a week later.


Barbara Daly Baekeland

"Barbara Daly Baekeland (1922 – November 17, 1972) was a wealthy socialite who was murdered by her son, Anthony Baekeland.[1] She was the ex-...


Savage Grace (2007)

Directed by Tom Kalin. With Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Stephen Dillane, Anne Reid. A dramatization of the shocking Barbara Daly Baekeland murder case, which happened in a posh London flat on Friday 17 November 1972. The bloody crime caused a stir on both sides of the Atlantic and remains one of the most memorable American Tragedies...


He will kill you: Shrink warned mother of Baekeland plastics heir

barbara daly baekeland | Barbara Daly Baekeland

Barbara Daly Baekeland was a wealthy socialite who was murdered by her son, Antony Baekeland. Baekeland had a complex and allegedly incestuous relationship with her gay son, Antony. She attempted to “fix” her son by having prostitutes take him to bed; after this failed, Baekeland was alleged to have manipulated or coerced her son into having sex with her.


Savage Grace (2007) Director: Tom Kalin - Barbara Daly (Julianne Moore) entra a formar parte de la alta sociedad americana tras casarse con Brooks Baekeland (Stephen Dillane), heredero de una gran fortuna. Aunque es bella y elegante, a su marido le parece que no está a la altura de su nueva posición social. El nacimiento de Tony, su único hijo, desestabiliza más el matrimonio. Viéndose despreciado por su padre, Tony (Eddie Redmayne) crece estrechamente unido a su madre. TEMA LGBT **


Director Tom Kalin compellingly recounts the real-life circumstances and events that led to the murder of socialite Barbara Daly Baekeland (Julianne Moore) at the hands of her son (Eddie Redmayne) in 1972. Infidelity, family dysfunction and incest are all part of the unsettling brew in this shocking drama (based on a true story) also starring Stephen Dillane as Barbara's coldblooded husband. Howard A. Rodman penned a Best Screenplay nominee for an Independent Spirit Award.