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Far from the Madding Crowd
Terence Stamp and Julie Christie star in the classic adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s tale of tragedy and passion.
Period drama 1967 165 mins
Director: John Schlesinger
Julie Christie is Bathsheba, a headstrong and independent, young woman who unexpectedly inherits a large farm in Dorset and then becomes romantically involved with three widely divergent men, including Terence Stamp’s dashing cavalry sergeant.
Directed by John Schlesinger and lavishly photographed by Nic Roeg, this stunning new restoration reveals new depths to one of Britain’s most beautifully shot period films.
- John Schlesinger
- Julie ChristieTerence StampPeter FinchAlan Bates
- Period drama
- Contains very mild violence, nudity
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