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Interlude(1968)

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  • DVD is avaliable on Amazone.com

    • tatyana
    • 12/4/12

    I've loved good movies all my life, but I never knew about Oscar Werner (maybe it is place where I lived to blame). I discovered him just month ago watching "Ship of Fools" becouse I love Vivien Leigh and it was her last film. He stoll the show and outdid everyone and movie itself. I decided to find out about his work more and that how I run into and got under the spell of "Interlude". I got it from Amazone.com and if some of you does not know haw to do it give me your adress and I will order it for you. I have one copy for myself only and another for friends. It is a shame that TCM host Robert Osborne never even mentioned Oscar Werner name.I consider him one of the world greatest actor and "Interlude" is the most beautiful romance of impecable taste. It would be good for young people to see and deside for themself what is the golden standart is.

  • Interlude 1968

    • Duohorses
    • 11/25/11

    First this film now is viewable at you tube by the courtesy of Timi Yuro Friends, many thanks to them.This movie is about musics and romance. It has put musics in very effective use along with the development of the story and the evolvement of characters' emotion. There are some twist and turn although I trust not everyone would love the story. I especially admire the actress that played Antonia who was very restrained in the performance. As a whole, it is very worthy of the 2 hr viewing.

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    • Anitra
    • 11/2/11

    My absolute favorite movie! Great love story with a fantastic cast. Have loved this movie since I first saw it in 1968. WHEN, OH, WHEN will it be released again? Can't figure out what the hold-up is. I won't live much longer--hoping to see it once more before I die. Have the CD soundtrack and it brings me such pleasure. If anyone with connections is reading these remarks, PLEASE see if you can show it once more. I'd buy it if it were available. In the meantime, I'll just keep waiting and rechecking for a showing or release on DVD.

  • Interlude (1968)

    • Suzanne
    • 2/7/11

    When this film came out in 1968, my husband and I went to see it numerous times. A few years later, it was shown on TV and we videotaped it, but that tape has been lost. We have tried to find it on DVD with no success. It is a beautifully crafted and acted love story, set in romantic London. Oskar Werner is one of our favorite actors - and one of the greatest actors of the last century - and this film deserves to be seen by a new generation of classic movie fans. I can't believe it has never appeared on TCM, or that it is not available on video or DVD. Is there any way TCM could find this gem of a movie and telecast it? The score, by Georges Delerue, is outstanding as well (I actually have a vinyl recording of it still) and the cast includes an "unknown" named Donald Sutherland, who is wonderful in a quirky supporting role.

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    • John H
    • 11/23/10

    Has anyone seen a DVD of this movie? It would be great if TCM would show it at least once or twice. Let everyone know that it is coming and I bet you would get a big audience. The music and the scenery are great and Osker Werner and Barbara Ferris are great in it. If you don't want to show it on TCM, at least have a DVD made. Can you send a response?

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    • Jeri
    • 9/13/10

    This was released in 1968, and a very romantic movie for the times. The music was wonderful, and there are several of us who would like to see this movie again. It's never shown on TCM, please find this movie and give it a viewing! it was really good, with a superior soundtrack.

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