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Tangled up in Blue

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Saw Sometimes a Great Notion again on DVD.Vaguely remember seeing this when it came out in 1970.Certainly didn't know then that it was a film of Ken Kesey's second novel and directed by Paul Newman.Not a bad film at all.
 

Rootshallbloke

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Finding your feet. A gentle comedy romance film which is probably aimed mostly at over 60s like me. I wasn't to fussed at first but Mrs RHB wanted to see it and by the end I was totally hooked.

A veteran cast headed up by Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Joanna Lumley. Spall and Staunton, in particular, are tremendous. 8/10
 

Tangled up in Blue

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Finding your feet. A gentle comedy romance film which is probably aimed mostly at over 60s like me. I wasn't to fussed at first but Mrs RHB wanted to see it and by the end I was totally hooked.

A veteran cast headed up by Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Joanna Lumley. Spall and Staunton, in particular, are tremendous. 8/10
Agreed.We both liked it so much at the cinema that I bought a copy on DVD to watch again.(Probably next week now that the WC's finished).
 
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