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a disappointingly lack lustre depiction of the philanderingly immortal poet which was better done by richard chamberlain in the aforementioned robert bolt writen and directed effort. johnny lee miller has his moments as the lead but is let down by a script which never really catches fire and a terrible soundtrack. forget.
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