A mesmerising adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s novel, which tells the story of headstrong heiress Bathsheba Everdene (Julie Christie) and her love for three very different men.
The beautiful and fiercely independent Bathsheba unexpectedly inherits a farm and is determined to run it herself. She soon attracts the attentions of three wildly different men – intense young soldier, Francis Troy (Terence Stamp); middle-aged farmer William Boldwood (Peter Finch); and shepherd Gabriel Oak (Alan Bates).
UK 1967 Dir John Schlesinger 168 min
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