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Joanna(1968)

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  • Forgotten But Not Gone

    • Randy
    • 7/21/15

    Hey, I know this is a terrible movie, but it has stayed in the back of my mind for almost 50 years. The musical score by Rod McKuen (and I was never a fan) is strangely compelling - probably because he throws in almost every musical genre. He went on after this to score PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE, then nothing. JOANNA essentially has no plot as is follows "art student" Joanna around London while she sleeps with a lot of people and gets invited to some swell parties. The character is completely vapid and not helped by the untalented Ms. Waite, pretty enough but often wandering around in wigs too big for her head and possessed of one of the most irritating voices this side of Betty Boop. It is still strangely watchable as you realize that Michael Sarne clearly finds both the character and the actress infinitely fascinating, when she is such a brainless twit. Her junior high school level observations about life are presented as pearls of wisdom from a strange, exotic creature - not. Still, if you are interested in seeing a fantasy version of an amoral, swinging London, this is it. People keep telling Joanna she is leading an aimless life and needs to commit to something. I kept thinking: she has a lot of mileage for a character supposedly about 18, but without an apparent thought in her head.

  • garbage

    • S. M. Clark
    • 6/26/13

    Possibly the worst film in movie history. This is the only movie I've ever wanted to walk out on....and some did. Boring, uninteresting waste of time. Donald Sutherland has a small part early in his career. He must have really needed the money at the time. Of course it was during his 'hippie' period so he may have thought that the 'flower children' aspect was cool. I bet now he finds his participation an embarrassment. This film has the dumbest and most incongruent ending ever. It could be worth watching just to see how lame it is.

  • classic camp 60's movie

    • D.Mohr
    • 2/18/07

    great memories of late 60's lifestyles.Donald Sutherland played a memorable roll as an aristocrat born with a silver spoon on his mouth and maybe one in his nose.Genevive Waite(former wife of John Phillips)played a free love 20's something who was going to live life to the fullest.Classic 60's hip scenarios ensue.I'd love for this to come on DVD.I'd be the first one to purchase it.

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