The Romantic English Woman (1975):
Tom Stoppard wrote this ambiguous melodrama in which discontented Glenda Jackson has a fling with Helmut Berger on a trip to Germany while, back home, her novelist husband Michael Caine works on a screenplay that echoes what's going on behind his back. Then her lover turns up at the couple's house...
Modesty Blaise (1966):
Monica Vitti at her most delicious is the titular British secret agent out to foil flaming criminal mastermind Dirk Bogarde's diamond theft scheme, aided by cockney sidekick Terence Stamp-but the mission is a set up An outrageous comic-book romp, packed with pop art visuals and way out conceits, plus Harry Andrews and Tina Aumont. Camp classic or ironic self-referential parody? You decide.
Director: Joseph Losey
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