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Julia 1977

From Amazon: Part of the late-'70s wave of films about strong women (as if none had existed before that), Julia starred Jane Fonda as writer Lillian Hellman in a story based on some of Hellman's own writings. The stronger woman here is the title character (Vanessa Redgrave), a socially active young woman who teaches Hellman the importance of sticking to her beliefs--even in the face of Nazi terror. The subplot focuses on Hellman's growth as a writer, under the supportive wing of lover Dashiell Hammett (Jason Robards). Lushly photographed by Fred Zinnemann, it's one of the few films that projects a sense of how a writer writes; it also was unafraid...

Directed By:
No image existsFred Zinnemann
Written By:
No image existsAlvin Sargent
No image existsJane Fonda
No image existsJason Robards Jr.
No image existsVanessa Redgrave
No image existsMaximilian Schell
No image existsHal Holbrook
No image existsRosemary Murphy
Meryl StreepMeryl Streep
No image existsLisa Pelikan

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Julia Movie Review by BillyBob (7/7/2010)

When it comes to the likes of "Chick Flicks", I'd confidently say that JULIA rates as one of the best.

This superbly-crafted movie, quite possibly, delivers some of the finest moments of storytelling that you're ever going to experience in the medium of film.

Our story faithfully traces the life-long relationship between...

(complete Julia review by BillyBob)

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