Charlie Bubbles

Albert Finney both directs and stars in the "alienation" comedy-drama Charlie Bubbles. The eponymous Bubbles (Finney) is a trendy and fabulously wealthy novelist. Indulged at every turn, and able to indulge in his wildest fancies, Charlie is bored by his privileged existence. He staves off ennui by drinking and carousing with best-buddy Smokey Pickles (Colin Blakely) and by having a fling with his secretary Eliza (Liza Minnelli, in her screen debut).

Year: 1967
Genre: Drama, Classic Drama, Classic Comedy, Classic Cinema
Country: UK
Director: Albert Finney
Starring: Albert Finney, Billie Whitelaw, Colin Blakely, Liza Minnelli
Duration: 85 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains offensive language and sexual references.
Location in store: Classic Drama



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