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During a dance, Denys (Robert Redford) debates the changing state of Africa with Karen (Meryl Streep) and gives her a New Year’s kiss.
Out of Africa is drawn from the life and writings of Danish author Isak Dinesen, who during the time that the film’s events occured was known by her married name, Karen Blixen-Flecke. For convenience’s sake, Karen (Meryl Streep) has married Baron Bor Blixen-Flecke (Klaus Maria Brandauer). In 1914, the Baron moves himself and his wife to a plantation in Nairobi, then leaves Karen to her own devices as he returns to his womanizing and drinking. Soon, Karen has fallen in love with charming white hunter Denys Finch Hatton (Robert Redford), who prefers a no-strings relationship. A woman who prides herself on her independence, Blixen finds herself unhappily in thrall to a aloof man — and doubly unhappy for living out such a cliché situation. Although Redford received a lion’s share of criticism for his too-American performance, Streep has rarely been better, and the film’s perfectly measured pace is offset by David Watkin’s stunning location photography. The movie was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and won 7, including Best Picture, Best Director for Sydney Pollack, Best Adapted Screenplay for Kurt Luedtke, and Best Cinematography for Watkin.
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Cast: Klaus Maria Brandauer, Michael Gough, Robert Redford, Sbish Trzebinski, Meryl Streep
Director: Sydney Pollack
Producers: Anna Cataldi, Terence A. Clegg, Kim Jorgensen, Sydney Pollack, Judith Thurman
Screenwriters: Karen Blixen, Judith Thurman, Errol Trzebinski, Kurt Luedtke
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