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Me, Natalie (13-Jul-1969)

Director: Fred Coe

Writers: Stanley Shapiro; A. Martin Zweiback

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age

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REVIEWS

Review by Jeanine Ruby (posted on 18-May-2005)

I first saw this at the age of 15 when it came to our local movie theater. I was quite taken by it and somehow felt an affinity with Natalie. In fact, when I had my first apartment I tried in vain to duplicate Natalie's, specifically the old claw-foot bath tub turned divan! I loved the beaded curtain and 'love power' accessories. I didn't understand some of it when I was a young girl, but I've seen it sense several times and it's very typical of a plain girl venturing out on her own for the first time, although I didn't think Natalie was all that plain. It's about a first love/first heartbreak but Natalie handles it all pretty well. She learns a little about life and that sometimes include getting hurt. Favorite line: "Nudes - why can't you paint the nude still life?"


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