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The swinging London, early sixties. Beautiful but shallow, Diana Scott is a professional advertising model, a failed actress, a vocationally bored woman, who toys with the affections of several men while gaining fame and fortune.


IMDB 7.0 (7k)


Romance, Drama


2h 2min

Production country

United Kingdom


John Schlesinger


Julie Christie
Diana Scott
Dirk Bogarde
Robert Gold
Laurence Harvey
Miles Brand
José Luis de Vilallonga
Prince Cesare della Romita
Roland Curram
Basil Henson
Alec Prosser-Jones
Dante Posani
Umberto Raho
Signor Palucci
Alex Scott
Sean Martin
Brian Wilde
Basil Willett
Peter Bayliss
Lord Alex Grant
T.R. Bowen
Tony Bridges (as Trevor Bowen)
Georgina Cookson
Carlotta Hale
James Cossins
Mr. Basildon
Helen Lindsay
Felicity Prosser-Jones
Carlo Palmucci
Curzio della Romita
Ernest Walder
Pauline Yates
Estelle Gold
Richard Bidlake
Rupert Crabtree
Annette Carell
Billie Castiglione
Jean Claudio
Raoul Maxim
Jane Downs
Julie (as Jane Downes)
Marika Rivera
Paris Party Host
Lucille Soong
Allie (uncredited)
Lydia Sherwood
Lady Brentwood (uncredited)
Ann Firbank
Sybil Martin (uncredited)
Tyler Butterworth
William Prosser-Jones (uncredited)
Vernon Dobtcheff
Art Critic at Ralph Riggs Exposure (uncredited)
John Schlesinger
Theatre Director (uncredited)
Silvia Dionisio
Prince Cesare della Romita's Daughter (uncredited)
Victor Harrington
Functionary at Charity Event (uncredited)
Derek Aylward
Party Guest (uncredited)
Zakes Mokae
Black Man at French Party (uncredited)
David Harrison
Charles Glass (uncredited)
Sidonie Bond
Gillian (uncredited)
Margaret Gordon
Helen Dawlish (uncredited)
Angus MacKay
Ivor Dawlish (uncredited)
Jane Pearl
Jane (uncredited)
Irene Richmond
Mrs. Glass (uncredited)
Hugo Dyson
Walter Southgate (uncredited)
Christopher Greatorex
Art Critic at Ralph Riggs Exposure (uncredited)
Nicholas Wright
Young Man in Opening Scene (uncredited)
John Woodvine
Customs Officer (uncredited)
Helen Stirling
Governess to Cesare Family (uncredited)
Ernest Blyth
Man at Airport (uncredited)
John Tatum
Man at Tube Station (uncredited)
Roy Lansford
Party Guest (uncredited)
Noel Davis
Shop Assistant (uncredited)
Lewis Alexander
Fortnum and Masons Customer (uncredited)
Peter Avella
Reporter (uncredited)
Jimmy Charters
Man on Tube Station Escalator (uncredited)
Mike Edmonds
Man in Street (uncredited)
Peter Evans
Man at Charity Raffle (uncredited)
Eden Fox
Waiter (uncredited)
Otto Friese
Man in Street (uncredited)
Sheila Gish
Cameo (uncredited)
Lew Hooper
Model Agency Staff (uncredited)
Gerry Judge
Waiter (uncredited)
Anthony Lang
Man at Airport (uncredited)
Pat Lewis
Woman at Airport (uncredited)
Leonard Llewellyn
Model Agency Staff / Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Ray Lovelock
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Jack Mandeville
Tube Passenger (uncredited)
Mary Maxfield
Lady at Charity Raffle (uncredited)
Brian Moorehead
Leslie Page (uncredited)
Bob Raymond
Waiter / Porter (uncredited)
Arnold Schulkes
Mourner (uncredited)
Frank Shelley
Father Norton (uncredited)
Esme Smythe
Art Gallery Guest (uncredited)
Philip Stewart
Guest at Art Gallery Viewing (uncredited)
Graham Tonbridge
Art Gallery Guest (uncredited)
George Oliver
Tube Passenger (uncredited)
Ian Selby
Model Agency Staff (uncredited)