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Friday, January 12, 2007

Three movies

Cate Blanchett appeared on Charlie Rose recently to promote her three most recent films: Babel, The Good German, and Notes on a Scandal. I haven't seen any of these yet, but will eventually. In the meantime, I took a look at some of her less-known (to me anyhow) earlier work that I'd missed: The Man Who Cried, Little Fish, and Oscar and Lucinda. I'd recommend all three without hesitation. What a brilliant actress!

2 Comments:

Anonymous claude said...

I saw Babel some time ago and liked it a lot. It's an excellent movie and you should see it if you get a chance. Thanks for visiting me at BLogging in Paris.
I am adding your address to my Google Reader. One more blog to visit ;)h

3:33 PM  
Blogger chuck b. said...

I rarely watch movies, but I do like Cate Blanchett. What have I seen her in? Lord of the Rings.

11:20 PM  

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