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Because a producer is eager to resurrect his career, he attempts to lure a beautiful actress out out seclusion to help him in his new project. Does she agree with his proposal?
Actors: Gottfried John,
Gottfried John
Gottfried John 29 August 1942, Berlin, Germany
Bob Cunningham,
Bob Cunningham
Bob Cunningham 17 April 1917, Atchison, Kansas, USA
Marthe Keller,
Marthe Keller
Marthe Keller 28 January 1945, Basel, Switzerland
Elma Karlowa,
Elma Karlowa
Elma Karlowa 12 March 1932, Zagreb, Yugoslavia [now Croatia]
Ferdy Mayne,
Ferdy Mayne
Ferdy Mayne 11 March 1916, Mainz, Germany
Christine Mueller,
Christine Mueller
Christine Mueller
Mary Kelly,
Mary Kelly
Mary Kelly
Maurice Baquet,
Maurice Baquet
Maurice Baquet May 26, 1911 in Villefranche-sur-Sa√īne, Rh√īne, France
Arlene Francis,
Arlene Francis
Arlene Francis 20 October 1907, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Christoph K√ľnzler,
Christoph K√ľnzler
Christoph K√ľnzler 5 February 1951, Z√ľrich, Switzerland
Mario Adorf,
Mario Adorf
Mario Adorf 8 September 1930, Zurich, Switzerland
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Genre: RomanceDrama
Director: Billy Wilder
Billy Wilder
Billy Wilder 22 June 1906, Sucha, Galicia, Austria-Hungary [now Sucha Beskidzka, Malopolskie, Poland]
Country: France
Release: 1978
IMDb: 6.8
Quality:
Duration: 116 min
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August 14, 2007

Defiantly and proudly old-fashioned both in style and content, weaving an (intentionally) campy melodrama about the mysterious suicide of a faded movie queen into a spellbinding meditation on cinema and the price of manufactured illusions.
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Village Voice
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September 02, 2014

Wilder may have been a genius, but not everything a genius does is a work of genius. Fedora is a curiosity, not a lost masterpiece.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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March 17, 2007

Brilliant homage to a bygone age of glamor.
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New York Times
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January 01, 2000

Fedora is old-fashioned with a vengeance, a proud, passionate remembrance of the way movies used to be, and a bitter smile at what they have become.
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CinePassion
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February 06, 2010

Gallant Hollywood-Babylon concerto
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The Dissolve
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November 10, 2014

There's a lot of awkwardness to Fedora, from a sluggish pace to an awful bit of last-minute overdubbing that mars two performances, but there's a lot of fascination in it.
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New Yorker
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September 05, 2014

This one seethes with authentic nostalgia; Wilder's attempt not merely to eulogize earlier styles but to revive them feels somewhat embalmed.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

A shamefully underrated film, Fedora is Wilder's testament and one of the most sublime achievements of the '70s.
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Slant Magazine
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September 02, 2014

The offhand jabs at the dissolution of orthodox craftsmanship in 1970s cinema are overwhelmed by a deeper core of autocritique played out in the film's downward trajectory.
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Chicago Reader
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August 14, 2007

The deliberate and sometimes dismaying anachronisms are signs of a deep, unshakable commitment to a personal aesthetic -- a commitment that is sometimes more moving than anything in the film itself.
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Artforum
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September 03, 2014

This wearying nostalgia for golden-age moviemaking aside, Fedora exposes, through a major plot twist I won't give away, the off-screen pathologies that constitute the nightmares of the dream factory.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 23, 2004

Trust Wilder to know what he's doing, even during the deliberate clichés. See it like that, and I bet you'll like it. See it with a straight face, and you'll think it's boring and obvious.
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