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Wednesday December 146:45pm
Director: Alan J. Pakula
1971 / 114min / 35mm
Jane Fonda is, of course, supremely excellent in the role that won her an Oscar, that of tough-minded high-class New York call girl Bree Daniels—who aspires to a career in modeling—but she gets invaluable assistance from Donald Sutherland, playing the straight arrow private investigator whom she teams with in solving a missing persons case. The first film in director Pakula’s so-called Paranoia Trilogy, followed by 1974’s The Parallax View, and a beautiful period document of the city thanks to the work of cinematographer Gordon Willis, featuring a disco cameo by Warhol star Candy Darling, and Fonda looking the very picture of early ’70s boho-chic.