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Julia(1977)

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  • Julia (1977)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 8/29/09

    What a great cast! Jane Fonda, Oscar winners for this film, Vanessa Redgrave and Jason Robards Jr, Maximilian Schell and a very early and wonderful appearance by Meryl Streep. The writing and production values are excellent, good period detail. The cinematography is great. All around an excellent well crafted film. Not surprising with director Fred Zinnemann at the helm.

  • Hellman's Best Friend & WWII

    • GeorgiaR
    • 4/26/09

    Vanessa Redgrave and Jane Fonda made Hellman's diary story come to life. Redgrave earned her Oscar; Fonda was robbed of hers. Fonda plays Hellman so well that during the WWII smuggling scene she has audiences rivetted, white knuckled & pensive, until she's out of Nazi controlled Berlin. To have actually been Jewish & done what these two women did to save over people from fates worse then death or death, still remains the mostly hidden actions women took for the WWII effort. Killing enemies wasn't the only way to trump evil.

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