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Julie Christie, Ursula Andress and Catherine Deneuve

Julie Christie (born 1940), Ursula Andress (born 1936) and Catherine Deneuve (born 1943) attend a Royal Film Performance of ‘Born Free’ 1966.

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Julie Christie – 'In Search of Gregory' 1969

Julie Christie – In Search of Gregory (1969). Variety review, 31 December 1969: “A superbly-wrought gem about the romantic illusions people, especially would-be lovers, search for in one another, with Julie Christie ideally cast as the seeker and Michael Sarrazin as her fantasy.”

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Fahrenheit 451

FAHRENHEIT 451

Review: A fireman has a job of destroying all books. He then decides to keep a book for himself and then finds himself torn between his job and the love for his books. 154 more words

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Julie Christie

Julie Christie – In Search of Gregory (1969). Variety review, 31 December 1969: “A superbly-wrought gem about the romantic illusions people, especially would-be lovers, search for in one another, with Julie Christie ideally cast as the seeker and Michael Sarrazin as her fantasy.”

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Contemplating Julie Christie: her seraphic, timeless beauty. Four flipping ads in half an hour? For a wittering twit?

I’m trying to watch a Julie Christie movie somewhere the ads come thick and fast. I’m fond of Arvo Part. So someone thinks I’ll like Ludovico Einaudi, a religious minimalist Richard Clayderman. 99 more words

Fahrenheit 451 (1966)

Francois Truffaut’s 1966 film is an excellent adaptation of the acclaimed 1953 novel of the same name, by American Sci-Fi author, Ray Bradbury. The book and the film highlight that the desire to open ones self up to new ideas will never (hopefully not)die. 1,434 more words

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Movie Review: Doctor Zhivago

Hi everyone! Here I am again. Today I want to talk about a movie I saw the other day. The movie is “Doctor Zhivago” and it’s based on the novel from Boris Pasternak. 584 more words

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