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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ethan's rating of the film Fedora

    This is a true gem from Billy Wilder's later career and makes a great companion to Sunset Blvd.

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Fedora

    Un indéniable chef-d'oeuvre du grand Billy Wilder, étonnant film à méandres et à tiroirs, entre vérité et mensonge, apparence et réalité, qui aborde avec bonheur le thème mythique de la star, de l'illusion cinématographique et de la cruelle ambivalence de l'acteur. www.cinefiches.com

  3. Faustgelopoulos's rating of the film Fedora

    Favourite film from Billy Wilder

  4. Jordany's rating of the film Fedora

    hands are a problem, so are knees

  5. ammar's rating of the film Fedora

  6. Terry_Moby's rating of the film Fedora

    Too contrived. It's a rather clumsily told cynical story with no real punch.

  7. hubertguillaud's rating of the film Fedora

    Le grand Billy Wilder signe la un film un peu désuet sur la mort d'un certain cinéma, ou le fond rejoint la forme, tant sa mise en scène et le jeu des acteurs sont surannés. Un film sur la fin d'Hollywood, comme une visite dans un vieux hôtel qui connu la splendeur.

  8. Jason's rating of the film Fedora

    A real grower. More like a Wilder-conscious Robert Aldrich film I dreamed up than an actual Billy Wilder film I actually saw. Superlative and unreservedly bonkers.

  9. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Fedora

  10. Roscoe's rating of the film Fedora

    Marthe Keller just doesn't have the magic needed to keep this film afloat, and the film is a botch. Nice try, but just sad in the end, with some rather nasty digs at changing audience tastes and a few too many dated gay jokes.

  11. bennievermeer's rating of the film Fedora

    "The kids with beards have taken over, with their zoom lenses and handheld cameras," Hollywood producer Barry 'Dutch' Detweiler sarcastically remarks in 'Fedora'. He was referring to the new generation of filmmakers who reinvented Hollywood in the '70s and who would later be documented in 'Easy Riders, Raging Bulls'. Read my full review: http://www.brnrd.net/blog/archive/2010/01/04/fedora