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Taking Off

Taking Off

Miloš Forman’s  Taking Off  is one of the very few American movies that dealt with the 1960s’ generation gap with a clear-eyed lack of hysteria and hype. Forman’s sympathetic direction and screenplay co-written by John Guare is witty, wise and passes no judgement on its characters

reference: Taking Off – 1971 directed by  Milos Forman

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