Georgy Girl Reviews
"Georgy Girl" effectively deals with the issues of being responsible and being confident in your own self-image and talents. By the end of the film, you're left with a really good feeling.
I'd say this is an underrated gem during the beginning of the 60's counterculture movement. Check it out!
The world would see a new Georgy girl..."
Brilliant little period piece. Good to see James Mason in a nasty, albeit rich, character. Much to despise, yet frightfully honest. Dashing Alan Bates and beauty Charlotte Rampling, made a "marvellous" pair.
Well, enough of that. An interesting contrast to My Fair Lady, and Where the Boys Are (1960). Catch me in a pub, and we can discuss.