A young artist goes to interview an older painter who lives in the south of France with two young women. He gets caught up in the painter's Bohemian lifestyle and begins examining his own attitudes towards life and art. Written by
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Scriptwriter John Mortimer
recalls in his 1994 autobiography, "Murderers and Other Friends", that Laurence Olivier
's memory for dialogue had entirely disintegrated (he was in his late 70s), so his lines had to be written on large sheets of paper and hung out of shot. See more
There was a young lady called Gloria who was had by Sir Gerald du Maurier, Jack Hilton, Jack Payne, Sir Gerald again, and the band of the Waldorf Astoria!
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