Joseph Strick directed this daring stream-of-consciousness adaptation of James Joyce's great novel, which follows Leopold Bloom through the streets and brothels of turn-of-the-century Dublin. The film culminates in the torrentially earthy monologue of his wife Molly. Barbara Jefford and Milo O'Shea star. Nominated for a Best Adaptation Oscar and the Golden Palm at Cannes 1967.

Year: 1967
Genre: Art House Cinema, Classic Drama, James Joyce
Country: UK
Director: Joseph Strick
Starring: Barbara Jefford, Milo O'Shea, Maurice Roeves, T P McKenna
Duration: 120 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains sex scenes.
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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