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Blu-ray Review - Portrait of Jennie


1948's "Portrait of Jennie" is a romantic fantasy that's very careful to introduce elements of the unreal, opening with narration that debates existential questions and offers two quotes from philosophical minds to help set the mood. It's a lot of introductory work, but "Portrait of Jennie" is a strange movie (adapted from Robert Nathan novella) that requires the viewer to let go and join the narrative flow, leaving few answers to many questions. Read the rest at


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