''The Three Faces of Eve'' is a 1957 film starring Joanne Woodward as a woman with multiple personalities, names changed to protect the innocent to "Eve White", "Eve Black" and "Jane". The film follows her doctors' attempts to learn her personalities, help her deal with the different people struggling in one body, and ultimately help them merge into a healthy human being. Woodward won a Best Actress UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for her performance.
If you want the trope named after the movie, see TheThreeFacesOfEve.
!! Provides Examples Of:
* BasedOnATrueStory: With the results carefully edited to make her psychiatrists look good. Years later she (real name [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Costner_Sizemore Chris Costner-Sizemore]]) wrote her own autobiography. Creator/SissySpacek wanted to make it into a film, but 20th Century Fox claimed it owned all rights to all versions of Chris' life story in perpetuity.[[note]]Spacek later found out Fox had been planning to remake ''Three Faces of Eve'' as a ''comedy''!, with Creator/LilyTomlin.[[/note]] Chris' doctor had signed her legal rights away, and she& had put her three "Eve" names on the contract without [[ReadTheFinePrint Reading The Fine Print]]. In '89 she [[http://www.nytimes.com/1989/02/07/movies/the-real-eve-sues-to-film-the-rest-of-her-story.html sued]], and won.
* TheShrink: Dr. Luther and his colleagues.
* SplitPersonality: Eve manifests three distinct personalities. Her real life counterpart supposedly had quite a few more and her therapy took more like twenty years. She did finally integrate successfully.
* SplitPersonalityMerge: The goal of her therapy.