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Monday, April 25, 2005

In a section of the New York Times devoted to classic movies, there's a review of the 1965 film,
Darling:


Julie Christie won an Oscar for her portrayal of a bored, amoral fashion model in this cynical melodrama from director John Schlesinger. Following the break-up of a teenage marriage, Diana Scott (Christie) drifts into the world of modeling and acting, where she meets a television news reporter, Robert Gold (Dirk Bogarde), who leaves his family for her and introduces her to a more powerful and wealthy set. Soon Diana meets somebody more attractive: public relations mogul Miles Brand (Laurence Harvey). After briefly leaving and then drifting back into Robert's life, experiencing an orgy and even getting an abortion...
Although the New York Times could hardly be a more avid supporter of abortion rights, the message in this little review is that abortion is a moral scandal.

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