Daisy Miller

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Jared

This film doesn't get much love, but it's fantastic. It takes the form of a screwball comedy, but carries an acerbic, dramatic undercurrent. Bogdanovich's classical direction is elegant and Cybill Shepherd gives a radiant performance. She absolutely makes the entire film. And Barry Brown (who ...Read more

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Francoise

Better to read Henry James than see films adapted from his books. I did not like Cybill Shepherd in that role.

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