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Home / Now Showing / George Cukor’s JUSTINE
Casablanca wasn’t the only North African port city simmering with intrigue as WWII engulfed Europe. Based on the first novel of Lawrence Durrell’s acclaimed Alexandria Quartet, JUSTINE is set in Egypt in 1938 and stars Anouk Aimée in the title role as a banker’s wife turned revolutionary; the solid supporting cast includes Michael York, Dirk Bogarde, Robert Forster and Anna Karina. After its original director had a falling out with Aimée, George Cukor took over the film and his sure hand is aided by Leon Shamroy’s vibrant cinematography and music by Jerry Goldsmith.
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