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1984(1984)

Also Known As: Nineteen Eighty-Four |

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This is the well-known story of Winston Smith, a citizen of Oceania whose job it is to rewrite history for Big Brother, the autocratic symbol of a repressive regime that has forbidden such things as freedom of thought and expression--including sex. Winston becomes involved in an illict love affair with Julia, a young woman who works in the Ministry of Truth. Unfortunately for Winston, a high-ranking member of the government, O'Brien, who has looked upon him as a protege, discovers the rebellion.

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MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1984 Production Date: 
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  • Captures the mood of the novel

    shastew 2008-12-28

    I thought this movie rendering of Orwell's classic "1984" really captured the dark and dreary mood of the novel. Perhaps that is why it was... MORE>