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Girl With Green Eyes [DVD] [1964] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005S8KW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133,217 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A simple story about two young Irish country girls who move to Dublin. One is shy, the other is outgoing and lively. Perhaps the sheltered & strict Catholic upbringing in the country has had conversly different affects on these two girls.
I like the emotion and feeling of this film. As you laugh you also feel a sense of sadness. Rita Tushingham conveys such strong emotions in her thoughts and actions.
Ultimately the ending of this film is, I feel, upbeat and positive as the two girls take the boat and leave Dublin for London. Like so many thousands of others did (and still do).
It's a shame this DVD is only on Region 1.
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Another great Woodfall film starring Rita Tushingham and Peter Finch.

'Girl With Green Eyes' is a good movie for those to watch who do not understand why most young girls will fall in love with a much older man at some time in their lives. No younger men are so patient and understanding - especially when it comes to young nervous, and inexperienced women. This is a romantic film, and just one of many great movies Rita Tushingham would give us during her golden decade that was the 1960s. This in places is reminiscent of the fabulous 'A Taste Of Honey' - the film that would make Tushingham a star.

Despite the great story, Maire Kean steals the movie in one superb and delightful scene when she bursts in at just the right moment with a shot gun - not to be missed!

Also stars the very talented actress Yolande Turner.
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"The Girl with Green Eyes," (1964), a brisk 92 minute bittersweet romantic drama, plays itself out in Dublin, Ireland, and vicinity, where it was filmed, oddly enough in black and white. Considering that it makes rather a lot of its titular character, a girl with green eyes - which we cannot see. And that viewers are always conscious of the film's setting in Ireland, a land that's widely known to be green. The movie was a production of the British Woodfell Films, the makers of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning , A Taste of Honey, and Tom Jones (1963), and was supported by the Irish Film Board.

It's a coming of age story, based on The Lonely Girl, a novel by prize-winning Irish author Edna O'Brien, who also wrote the screenplay. It won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. It was directed - it was his first feature --by Desmond Davis, (Clash of The Titans ), a protégé of acclaimed British director Tony Richardson, who gave us TASTE. and The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner . And Richardson was yet to become the brother-in-law of one of its young stars, Lynn Redgrave, when he married her sister Vanessa.
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I watched this lovely film years ago on TV and read the book, when I was a teenager who also was in love with Peter Finch at the time!! When is this going to be released in region 2 please so I can watch it in the UK? I hope very soon please.
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Another great Woodfall film starring Rita Tushingham and Peter Finch.

'Girl With Green Eyes' is a good movie for those to watch who do not understand why most young girls will fall in love with a much older man at some time in their lives. No younger men are so patient and understanding - especially when it comes to young nervous, and inexperienced women. This is a romantic film, and just one of many great movies Rita Tushingham would give us during her golden decade that was the 1960s. This in places is reminiscent of the fabulous 'A Taste Of Honey' - the film that would make Tushingham a star.

Despite the great story, Maire Kean steals the movie in one superb and delightful scene when she bursts in at just the right moment with a shot gun - not to be missed!

Also stars the very talented actress Yolande Turner.
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