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So much pressure is put on "the weekends" to make us happy that we can easily just wish our lives away, as Alex seems to.
Schlesinger's forte, aside from the deftly crafted cinematography and directing of the actors, is the psychological background of the characters.
It is possibly one of the most difficult tasks in the world for most and can be so traumatic that the constant worry destroys the relationship.
Great acting. Part of the British Film Invasion of the 60 & early 70's. Glenda Jackson is a great actress.Published 8 months ago by An Ohio Consumer
This Blu Ray is Superb! No flaws.
The movie was made in 1971 and looks perfect as it was made in 2014. Read more
The plot is weak and depressing. The writers seem to have attempted to support a counter culture but only displayed how that segment of society uses each other to their own... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Philip C. Bryant
It must have been very de rigeur in its day, but I found it tedious. Humor is a very individualized concept. So, if the description at Amazon piques your interest, go for it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Winnie
Sunday Bloody Sunday (John Schlesinger, 1971, 110')
Produced by Joseph Janni and Edward Joseph, Written by Penelope Gilliatt, Starring Murray Head, Glenda Jackson, Peter... Read more
The acting is first rate, with the typical British avoidance of excess. Alex Greville (Glenda Jackson) and Daniel Hirsh (Peter Finch) are both having simultaneous affairs with the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by John R. Peck
Wow! As a fan of this film, I had heard the Criterion Collection Blu Ray was beautiful, and couldn't wait to get one for myself. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Allen Jackson
"Sunday Bloody Sunday" (1971) is one of the best adult films in the truest sense of the term: a film for grownups. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dr. Robert F. Knoll