PG | | Drama, Romance
Down-on-his-luck Hollywood producer Barry 'Dutch' Detweiler attempts to lure Fedora, a famous but reclusive film actress, out of retirement.
Both this film and Sunset Boulevard (1950) examine similar topics; Hollywood actors and what happens to them with the passage of time. Sunset Blvd. deals with the passing of The Silent Era while Fedora concerns The Golden Age of Hollywood and the end of the studio system.... ...
Remember those days? Moral turpitude? You could have six husbands but you couldn't have an illegitimate child. Now you can have six children and no husband and who cares.
When Dutch is in Fedora's bedroom browsing through the notebooks filled with "I am Fedora", it is obvious that the written pages are all copies of one another.
English, Greek, French
$2,200,000 (USA) (31 December 1979)
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