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Sunset Boulevard
Genre: Drama / Film-Noir
Director(s): Billy Wilder
Release Date: 09 August 1950
Movie rating: 8.5
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What is the movie Sunset Boulevard about?
Here is one of the oldest movies on our website and it is a real pleasure writing about it. Sunset Boulevard was released in 1950 and even tho it has been many years from the release, it still has high ratings and there is no doubt that you will love watching it even if you have seen it many times before. The director of this wonderful movie is Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett is the writer. Joe Gillis is played by William Holden, Norma Desmond by Gloria Swanson, Max Von Mayerling by Erich von Stroheim, Betty Schaefer by Nancy Olson, Sheldrake by Fred Clark, and so on. Sunset Boulevard shows how it was like in Hollywood of the 50's years of the previous century and Joe Gillis who is a screenplay writer cannot sell what he has been working on hard to the large studios. That is not all since he has a lot of debts to think about, and also at the same time, he tries to think about escaping form the creditors, and these are only some of the problems that he is concerned about. After meeting Norma Desmond, who is a former silent movie star, he tries to do his best in order to do something with his life and career.
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Sean @ 09-Jul-2014 20:51 Report a spam

This is such a great film on so many levels I can't really settle on where to begin. It is so beautifully shot (, has a witty, clever and extremely well-written script, features some of the best acting in film's history, acrobatically balances the main plot/subplots with expert precision, contains some of the best characters on celluloid, has many true-to-life parallels and is peppered with such great dialogue/narration that today's film writers should take note. If that weren't enough, there's even a cameo by silent film great Buster Keaton and others.

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