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Julia (1977) A feminist poem of the spy film genre

“Dr. John Watson” is an interesting anecdote. A metaphor that needs someone like Holmes to decipher. the world is a mystery. Julia died without any traces left.

The sisterhood is deeply coupling with women’s love for each other beyond Lesbian sexuality. They are each other’s reincarnation, as Julia’s daughter is named after Lilian, and in real life, Jane Fonda’s daughter is named after Vanessa. They reproduce each other.

“Julia is dead, so is Lily.”

“And that’s what you want me to feel, when you die?”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This entry was posted on November 17, 2013 by in 【Post-Film Posts】 and tagged .
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