Keswick Film Club - Gone With The Wind

Saturday 1st March 10:30 AM

Gone With The Wind 

Director: Victor Fleming/George Cukor Country: USA
Cert: PG Year: 1939 Length: 238 mins
Gone With The Wind

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Attendance: 51

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Synopsis

Dominated the 1939 Oscars, winning 8, and has become a thing of legend. 1939 is now seen as the year Hollywood peaked. Just research the other films that were made that year and you can see why; and this is the best. Your chance to relive the spectacle as it was meant to be seen.

There will be an interval.

Critics

open_quote Ginormous in both scale and emotional wallop, MGM's epic is still a cinematic event to be savoured. close_quote Ian Freer, Empire Magazine


open_quote It's impossible not to be carried away by the rich arterial force of this storytelling. close_quote Peter Bradshaw, Guardian


open_quote The film that perhaps defines Hollywood. close_quote Douglas Pratt Hollywood Reporter


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