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Being There author Jerzy Kosinski got a telegram from the books lead character Chance the Gardener: "Available in my garden or outside of it." Kosinski dialed the accompanying phone number and Peter Sellers answered. The result was Sellers indelible performance (scoring National Board of Review and Golden Globe Best Actor Awards and an Academy Award nomination*) in this modern comedy classic. Isolated all his life in a Washington, DC, townhouse, Chance knows only what hes seen on TV. Cast into the world, he stumbles into the world of power brokers (including Melvyn Douglas in his second Oscar-winning* role) eager for "sage wisdom." Youll like to watch.]]>
I had seen glimpses of Peter Seller’s talent in Lolita and Dr Strangelove. However, I did not realise what a talent he was until I watched Being There. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Daniel Hirst
I started this movie on a flight overseas, got in the middle and the pilot stopped it to land the plane, had to see the ending. Read morePublished 4 days ago by D. Kaiser
NOT A FAN OF SELLERS BUT THIS BLANK MAN FILLS THE SOUL OF NAIVETY.