The Gold Diggers (1983)

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The Gold Diggers: Directed by Sally Potter. With Julie Christie, Colette Laffont, Hilary Westlake, David Gale. An avant-garde exploration of a woman’s life.

“Minimalist, visually innovative and distinctly art-house Sally Potteru0026#39;s u0026quot;The Gold Diggersu0026quot; is all of these, meaning its audience is also distinctly limited. You might even go so far as to say itu0026#39;s the kind of pretentious twaddle that gives art-house movies a bad name, though Potter did manage to draw an Oscar-winning actress, (Julie Christie), into the proceedings. There is little in the way of plot. (as you might expect), and typical of Potter it can be read as some kind of feminist tract, that is if you have to u0026#39;readu0026#39; it or see it at all. Highly regarded in some quarters, largely dismissed in others; personally I found it intolerable.”


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