In this summer we have been introducing you choice of movies from individual decades. We started with twenties and through the next decades, reached to one of the best period in the film industry - sixties - with some of the most memorable films shooted during this time.
“Mrs. Robinson, you are trying to seduce me…aren´t you?” – an unforgettable line of unforgettable Dustin Hoffman in one of the best movie of sixties and otherwise.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Audrey Hepburn was aspiring to become a ballet dancer since her childhood years. As it sometimes happens the providence brought her an opportunity in acting and Hepburn was experiencing a real success during the 50s and 60s.
“My name is Bond, James Bond”, and Sean Connery as the very first James Bond in the films filmed in 1962 in Dr. No and then several times again.
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Racism in 60s was very alive. Very highly rated star cast about the parents who don´t won´t to reconcile with their daughter´s choice of a fiancé – African American doctor.
Lawrence of Arabia
And the last is an epic more than three hours long war movie about the life of british officer Lawrence, who during the WWI in Arabia unites the individual bases to fight against the Turks. The film won 7 Oscars.
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