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A Walk with Love and Death (1969)

M  -  Drama  -  5 October 1969 (USA)
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In a story set during the Hundred Years War, a student who has abandoned his studies in Paris, pairs with a young noblewoman with whom he has fallen in love.

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Claudia
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Heron of Fois (as Assaf Dayan)
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Robert of Loris (as Anthony Corlan)
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Father Superior
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Pierre of St. Jean (as Joseph O'Connor)
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Robert the Elder
John Franklyn ...
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Francis Heim ...
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In a story set during the Hundred Years War, a student who has abandoned his studies in Paris, pairs with a young noblewoman with whom he has fallen in love.

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You asked me to kill and I killed for you. You asked me to love and I loved you. But how can I ask you to die with me? See more »

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Caminhando com o Amor e a Morte  »

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Betsy Blair, already a founding producer with Garance Films, briefly set about acquiring the rights to the original novel with the intent on making it her directorial debut. She instead sacrificed this ambition for love of director Karl Reisz, marrying and starting a new life with him in London. She abandoned the idea of directing all together. See more »

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An odd item in Huston's filmography
12 October 1999 | by (toronto) – See all my reviews

The movie is a thin, episodic journey through a landscape marked by battles and skirmishes and dangers - it doesn't aim for an epic quality (everything is very sparse) nor to analyze the political or social aspects of the situation (except in a brief appearance by Huston himself as a nobleman who's giving up his rank to join the peasants - he's much more vibrant and interesting than anyone else in the movie): actually it's a bit of a mystery what it DOES aim to do. Judged simply as an evocation of pure time and place, it's a bit too discreet and tidy - hardly the kind of attempt to conjure up messy verisimilitude that failed in "Revolution." Huston is fairly interesting and manages to convey both her noble blood and the idiosyncratic attitude that would have led her on this journey. The film's general discretion works against a compelling depiction of passion, and it ultimately seems to have worked its way merely to a teenage idyll of togetherness, which makes it hard to face up to the imminent tragedy. An odd item in Huston's filmography, sometimes exhibiting the awkwardness of a dubbed Continental item.


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