Genevieve Page

  1. Debra Paget, From The Earth To The Moon, 1957.   From Page to Paget… Suddenly, it was Jules Verne season in Hollywood. 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, Around The World in 80 Days, The Fabulous World of Jules Verne and plans afoot for Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Master of the World, Valley of the Dragons, etc. .
  2. Nathalie Delon, Sex shop (US: Le sex shop), France-West Germany-Italy, 1972.      “In all my life, I am making only one movie,” declared actor-turned-realisateur Claude Berri. “And that movie is my life.” For the fourth (of six) film about Claude, Berri was delighted by the idea of first saw a grande bourgeoise like Page playing half of a wife-swapping couple. She wasn’t shocked by his script, nor his guided tour of the most (in)famous auberge for sexual games. “She was hesitant as she was married to a banker. But she had a night to remember.” Claude Discovers Porno was the Washington Post’s sixth best film of the year.

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