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Georgy girl

Georgy girl

Georgy girl

I’m happy to be returning to the flat in East London after a few weeks of vacation in Croatia. It’s been a great time away, and I’ve enjoyed a restful time of not thinking about work and start-ups, but I’m pretty excited to get back to the London start-up scene, even though I kind of have to resist my whining.

Georgy

Georgy Girl is a 1966 British comedy-drama romance film based on the 1965 novel by Margaret Forster. The film was directed by Silvio Narizzano and starred Lynn Redgrave (as Georgy), Charlotte Rampling, Alan Bates, and James Mason. The film features the title song "Georgy Girl" as performed by theGeorgina ("Georgy") Parkin (Lynn Redgrave) is a 22-year-old Londoner who has considerable musical talent, is well-educated, and has an engaging, shameless manner. On the other hand, she believes herself to be plain and slightly overweight, she dresses haphazardly, and she is incredibly naïve on the subjects of love and flirtation. She has never had a boyfriend. She has an inventive imagination and loves children. (Source: Seekers. (Source:Her parents are live-in employees of successful businessman James Leamington (James Mason), who runs a children's home. Leamington is 49 and has a loveless, childless marriage with Ellen (Rachel Kempson). He has watched with affection as Georgy grew up, and has treated her as if he were her second father: He provided for her private education at a Swiss finishing school, and for a studio in his own home, in which she teaches dance to children. Leamington thinks Georgy "owes him" for all he has done.

Georgy's flatmate is the beautiful Meredith (Charlotte Rampling), who is a violinist in an orchestra, but is otherwise a shallow woman who lives for her own pleasures. She treats the meekly compliant Georgy like an unpaid servant. Georgy has a crush on Meredith's boyfriend Jos Jones (Alan Bates) and is happy to accommodate Meredith in order to spend time with Jos. She cooks for him and they play Scrabble together. (Source:When Meredith discovers that she is pregnant by Jos, they get married. She tells him bluntly that she has aborted two of his children, but she wants to marry because she is "bored." Jos moves in with the two young women. He becomes disillusioned with Meredith and begins to find himself attracted to Georgy, who convinces Leamington to buy several expensive items for the baby's care. While in the midst of an argument with Meredith over her cavalier attitude to her pregnancy, Jos suddenly kisses Georgy and tells her that he loves her. Georgy flees the apartment onto the streets of London, where Jos follows her, screaming over and over again that he loves her as he pursues her. (Source:en.wikipedia.org)

Girl

A traditional girl (Lynn Redgrave) resists the advances of a swinger (James Mason) who wants her as his mistress in 1960s London.A traditional girl (Lynn Redgrave) resists the advances of a swinger (James Mason) who wants her as his mistress in 1960s London.A traditional girl (Lynn Redgrave) resists the advances of a swinger (James Mason) who wants her as his mistress in 1960s London. Georgy Girl (1966) -- (Movie Clip) How's Life In The Kitchen Sink? Having fled the flat because her roommate’s having intimate relations, Lynn Redgrave (title character) attempts to slip into her previous residence, where her parents worked as servants to lustful upper-class Londoner Leamington (James Mason), in Georgy Girl,1966.

:Georgy Girl (1966) -- (Movie Clip) The Solemn And Binding Character At the insistence of Jos (Alan Bates), Londoner Meredith (Charlotte Rampling) has agreed they might as well get married now that she’s pregnant for the third time, joined by Lynn Redgrave (title character), returning to their Maida Vale, Westminster apartment, in Georgy Girl,1966. At the insistence of Jos (Alan Bates), Londoner Meredith (Charlotte Rampling) has agreed they might as well get married now that she’s pregnant for the third time, joined by Lynn Redgrave (title character), returning to their Maida Vale, Westminster apartment, in Georgy Girl,1966. (Source: www.tcm.com)

 

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