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  • Privileged (1982)

    In truth, I only watched this because I'm a big Imogen Stubbs enthusiast, & this appears to be her first screen role. Actually, she's not in it much, but its noteable for having Hugh Grant, James Wilby & Mark Williams in the cast.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084539/combined

    Actually not a lot happens to keep the interest IMHO, although there is a good real of reciting of Shakespeare if that's your thing.

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    anyone can imagine a good many ways it might have been done. What was not foreseeable is the academic, self-absorbed and perilously self- indulgent tone the film takes.The screenplay was very good.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MovieCritic View Post
      anyone can imagine a good many ways it might have been done. What was not foreseeable is the academic, self-absorbed and perilously self- indulgent tone the film takes.The screenplay was very good.
      You've pinched your review from the wrong film this time. The above is your usual cut and paste from Penelope Houston's review of Privilege (1967) published in The Spectator.

      The subject under discussion here is Privileged (1982).

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      • #4
        Originally posted by narabdela View Post

        You've pinched your review from the wrong film this time. The above is your usual cut and paste from Penelope Houston's review of Privilege (1967) published in The Spectator.

        The subject under discussion here is Privileged (1982).
        Silly MovieCritic

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