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Published on Jun 27, 2008
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A tribute to one of my favorite actresses of the 60s, Julie Christie, whose glowing beauty and emotional depth is still as radiant as ever, an Oscar-winner for her role as an amoral model in "Darling" (1965) and who has lit up the screen in such epics as "Doctor Zhivago" (1965), "Far From The Madding Crowd" (1967) and "The Go-Between" (1971). And she just recently scored another Oscar nomination (three after "Darling"). She always has an emotional intelligence that shows that there's more to her than her lovely face and figure. I used "Bus Stop", the 60s hit by the British Group, The Hollies as the theme music. Hope you enjoy it!
(My apologies for how the song skips slightly in the beginning, I have no idea what caused that).