Georgy Girl
Georgy Girl (1966)

Georgy Girl is a bittersweet comedy drama about Georgy (Lynn Redgrave), a slightly overweight, working-class virgin in her early twenties who shares an apartment with the gorgeous, promiscuous Meredith (Charlotte Rampling). Georgy has never… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 5, 2005
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Emanuel Levy
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A charming comedy reflecting the mores of the 1960s swinging London, Georgy Girl has not dated particularly well, but the acting is good, particularly Lynn Redgrave in the lead and James Mason in the supporting role.

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Shane Burridge
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Kinetic direction, crisp black and white photography, pop music, urban realism, social issues, and contemporary attitudes towards sex

Dennis Schwartz
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An empty film posing as something more substantial.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Classic British Invasion flick with a slightly sour tone.

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Red Lats
Georgy Girl is a sad commentary on the choices available to a frumpy girl in the 1960's. Nonetheless, it is an enjoyable movie.
jay nixon
VERY 60's but good anyway with a great title tune
AJ Verser
Georgy is my favourite teen character from the sixties. This movie is both realistic and comic. It's a great story , and I really enjoyed this movie.
xGary Xx
60s social commentary cum sex comedy that's abit of a mod favourite, and other side of the coin to Alfie. An acquired taste, but anyone with a fascination… More
Devon Bott
Georgy Girl is a surprisingly oddball 60s film, odd in that in the battle of the generation gap, it doesn't take sides... everyone is equally lousy. The… More
John Ballantine
Lynn Redgrave of course uses the Georgy girl character to launch her into a career as the Weight Watchers spokesperson. The original portrayal of Georgy is not… More