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Darling (1965)

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Director:

John Schlesinger

Starring:

Julie Christie, Dirk Bogarde, Laurence Harvey

Genres:

UK Classics, Indie-Arthouse Cinema, Drama Classics

Origin:

United Kingdom

Certificate:

M

Running Time:

122 min

Darling

synopsis


Julie Christie stars as the immensely charming Darling, a young, attractive and vivacious model and socialite who is determined to become rich and famous. Although married, she falls hard for television interviewer Robert Gold (Dirk Bogarde), and their friendship blossoms into a full-blown affair that has each of them leaving their spouses in order to move in together. But Darling is far from done. Next she meets smooth Miles Brand (Laurence Harvey), who knows all the right people in the film industry. But Miles is merely another stepping-stone as Darling climbs in and out of bed on her way to the top, which is not quite what she expected. Julie Christie's miracle year of 1965 (she was also in Doctor Zhivago) was capped by a best-actress Oscar for this sardonic take on Swinging London. Looking about as gorgeous as women get, Christie ascends the ladder of social success, trampling everybody in her path--an ascent that allows writer Frederic Raphael and director John Schlesinger to slash away at the morally bankrupt world that would enable such a person to triumph.

 
 

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