The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie | Chicago Reader

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

Maggie Smith in one of those technically stunning, emotionally distant performances that the British are so damn good at. The material—a charismatic schoolteacher ruins her pupils' lives by instilling them with impractical romantic ideals—promises more than it delivers, but it moves well under the assured superficiality of director Ronald Neame. With Pamela Franklin and Robert Stephens (1969, 116 min.).


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