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Films By John Schlesinger

AN ENGLISHMAN ABROAD (John Schlesinger, 1983)
Dramatic reconstruction of a true incident when Australian actress Coral Browne (playing herself) was in Moscow with a production of "Hamlet". She was visited backstage by Guy Burgess, the upper-clas… Read more

Terminus (John Schlesinger, 1961)
An impression of one day at a large London station — told with music, songs, and half-heard conversations, but without commentary. Venice "Golden Lion" Award. ... Read more

The Class (John Schlesinger, 1961)
A close-up of the work of a class in a drama school and of the methods used to train the aspiring actors and actresses. John Schlesinger's command of the particular directing technique required is su… Read more

The Innocent Eye (John Schlesinger, 1959)
An exploration of the child's world, seen through their drawings and paintings; based on Traherne's "Is It Not Strange, than an Infant should be Heir of the whole World, and see those Mysteries which… Read more

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