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Miss Julie

1999, Drama, 1h 43m

23 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Miss Julie (Saffron Burrows) is a young woman of privilege, destined to marry into an affluent family of high standing. But one night, while rubbing elbows with her family's servants, she finds herself irrevocably drawn to Jean (Peter Mullan), a strong-willed and impertinent footman. Though he's already engaged, Jean yearns for the rebellious Miss Julie. Passion ignites, and, as the couple allow themselves to give way to temptation, the consequences of their affair grow increasingly dire.

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  • Dec 01, 2010
    A brutal look at the inequalities between men and women and between members of the upper and lower classes. The two main characters, Miss Julie (Saffron Burrows), the aristocratic daughter of the manor, and her father's footman, Jean (Peter Mullan), seem bent on daring the other to cross those lines that separate them normally and venture into forbidden territory. The acting is superb and the cinematographer uses extreme close-ups to good effect, but the production suffers from an intermittently inaudible sound track, making the dialog often difficult to decipher. Is it love, hate, or just unbridled lust that drives these two to play at their game? Unfortunately, the ending seemed jarring given the strength of the passions evoked and that spoiled an otherwise fine effort for this viewer.
    Mark A Super Reviewer
  • Jun 25, 2008
    An interesting movie.
    Leo L Super Reviewer
  • Jul 14, 2007
    Mike Figgis' stage play translated artistically to the screen. It's a nicely lit historical manor; most of the action is in the kitchen, where the grown daughter of the house Miss Julie (Saffron Burrows) has a steamy kitchen affair with John, the footman of the estate (Peter Mullen). It's engaging drama and tragedy. I like the look of the whole piece. Things don't turn out so well because of the class distinctions of the lovers. It has some striking scenes, like the servants playful mocking of the affair. I hated the ending they showed us, it was somewhat unexpected, but everything built up to it.
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