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Films of Innocence and Experience

Is it possible to discuss Two English Girls without bringing up Jules and Jim? François Truffaut’s 1971 film seems to live in the shadow of its better-known predecessor, shot ten years earlier, and not without reason. 6,939 more words

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A Foreign Field - DVD Review

Directed by: Charles Sturridge

Starring: Alec Guinness, Leo McKern, Lauren Bacall, Jeanne Moreau, John Randolph

Aka Last of the Summer War. That might be a little unfair but pretty much from the off, 625 more words

Tony Richardson's "Mademoiselle"

The success as a stage director of Tony Richardson (1928-91) seemed to flow seamlessly to film. Richardson directed John Osborne’s plays “Look Back in Anger” and “The Entertainer” first on stage then on screen for a company (Woodfall) he and Osborne founded. 960 more words

Review: Jules and Jim (1962)

Jules and Jim breaks out of the gates with a frantic burst of energy giving off the effect of a comedic circus act or a whirling carousel and at times it functions as both. 1,068 more words

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A Foreign Field - Simply Media DVD Review

Cyril (Leo McKern) and Amos (Alec Guinness) are two British D-Day veterans who have returned to Normandy fifty years on in order to pay tribute to their fallen comrades. 789 more words

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Amazing Vintage Photos of Actresses attending the Film Festival in Cannes during the Sixties | FROM THE BYGONE

The Cannes Film Festival was founded in 1946. The invitation-only festival is held annually (usually in May) at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès. 22 more words

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The 1961 Blogathon: La Notte

Movie Movie Blog Blog hosts a blogathon that celebrates movies originating in 1961, and Michelangelo Antonioni’s “La Notte” is one of those movies I decided to write about. 1,154 more words

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