The Conformist

The Conformist
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Frank Sherman

Father may have been a "fascist". and his. Did my father ever partake in homosexual encounters, H*LL NO. That's what I did not understand about this movie. Even though I liked it (it's a classic) I was still confused and slightly angry.

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elizabeth

Bertolucci's films will live forever. Never aging. Classy!

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