Joanna (1968) دانلود فیلم
A provincial girl is entangled in the mod morality of London.

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Joanna Sorrin
Christian Doermer ...
Hendrik Casson
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Gordon
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Lord Peter Sanderson
Glenna Forster-Jones ...
Beryl
Marda Vanne ...
Granny
Geoffrey Morris ...
The Father
Michelle Cook ...
Margot
Manning Wilson ...
Inspector
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Black Detective
Dan Caulfield ...
White Detective
Michael Chow ...
Lefty
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Bruce
Jane Bradbury ...
Angela
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Miranda De Hyde
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Joanna Sorrin, a whimsical and fanciful country girl, goes to London to follow a fashion design course. She comes into contact with the capital's young jet set and becomes the mistress of Gordon, the black owner of a night club. Unfortunately her lover happens to kill a man and is sent to jail. As she is pregnant from Gordon, Joanna returns to her parents'home. But the young woman has not yet said her last word. She WILL be back in Swingin' London ! Written by Guy Bellinger

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Joanna is mad, mod, the best!

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Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent were asked to write the theme song. However it was dropped in favour of Rod McKuen's music, but went on to be a major UK hit for Scott Walker See more »

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The Fox logo and the credits are displayed in a blue green tint See more »

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Saturday Night In Knightsbridge
Music by Rod McKuen
Published by Twentieth Century Music Corporation-ASCAP
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Worthwhile for Sutherland's soliloquy and the cast call on the train platform. A slightly startling film of its time.
23 May 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is silly the way we talk about movies. They are not meant for the ages but for slices of time. Once in a great great while one captures something eternal...8 1/2, Third Man, etcetera, but films are social chewing gum. Here is a fine example of an English director of the 1960s doing some turns that were fresh seeming and of the time...playing to the camera in the post dramatic sequence...don't tell me that wasn't and still would be a kick. And Sutherland's lisping soliloquy in the desert, my first awareness of the Canadian actor. A memorable film, one with some fans, many deprecators. But that's what makes horse races. Does sit hold up to critical analysis? Probably not, certainly not in the context of a lot that has followed. But lovely and fresh and exciting at the time, just like that first date with the sweet fresh girl who is now the woman with the scar from the auto accident. We change, the cinema changes. Films are not for the ages, after all, but acts of commerce sometimes tinged with art and freighted with our associations.


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