Darling (1965) Film Review

DIRECTOR: John Schlesinger
BOTTOM LINE: So fashionable in 1965, so dated today. Never has a film demonstrated how rapidly modishness withers. Still, it does feature a star-making and Academy Award-winning turn by the impossibly beautiful Julie Christie, even if far more people saw her as Lara in David Lean’s equally lackluster “Doctor Zhivago”, released the same year. Christie is Diana Scott, a young successful model in swinging sixties London who plays with the affections of two older men (Dirk Bogarde and Laurence Harvey) one of whom is married and bisexual (Bogarde).
POST TITLE:  55 Queer Films Made Under the Hays Code (1934-1967) (Part 2) – TheBrownees
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