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Alfie (1966)
Starring: Michael Caine, Jane Asher, Eleanor Bron, Shirley Ann Field, Julia Foster, Millicent Martin, Vivien Merchant, Shelley Winters
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Category: Drama, Cult
Studio: Paramount Pictures
113 mins



What's it all about

Alfie is not really a bad sort.It's just that he has overwhelming desire for the opposite sex.You might sat that "birds" are irresistible to him, sort of second nature.With Michael Caine in the title role, Alfie is a ribald and wild comedy, filled with sex and sin.For those who want to be entertained, Alfie is charming, delightful and quick-moving.For those who want more, there is beneath the surface a lingering tragedy, simply and poignantly told, about the taker and the taken.


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