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Genres: Biography , Adventure , Drama
Actors: Leslie Phillips , Graham Crowden , Rachel Kempson , Suzanna Hamilton , Michael Gough , Stephen Kinyanjui , Joseph Thiaka , Malick Bowens , Michael Kitchen , Klaus Maria Brandauer , Robert Redford , Meryl Streep , Shane Rimmer , Mike Bugara , Job Seda
Director: Sydney Pollack
Country: United States
Year: 1985
IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 (32011 votes)

Follows the life of Karen Blixen, who establishes a plantation in Africa. Her life is Complicated by a husband of convenience (Bror Blixen), a true love (Denys), troubles on the plantation, schooling of the natives, war, and catching VD from her husband.

Film Review

First of all I couldn't but hold on to the comment that said Redford miscast! What the heck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anyone who comes to this conclusion is definitely judging what the character did in the movie and not the acting. I can understand that a viewer gets too emotional about the story and probably hates the fact that he leaves Streep but one should be objective enough to judge the acting skills. Redford is amazing in this role and though I love Meryl Streep and I am sure that everybody does for she is a great actress and this is nobody can deny but Redford is an equal star in this movie! He played his role so good that he was too believable. I was equally charmed by him just like Meryl did in the movie.There is one amazing part in the movie where Karen (Meryl) is trying to get Denys (Redford) into the idea of marrying her and he asks the very one logical question that every person who is against marriage usually asks and aside from the fact that religion forbids out o…

So I watched 1986's best picture winner "Out of Africa". This movie won a butt load of awards. So is it a classic, I say yes. This movie is based on the true life adventures of writer Karen Blixen while ahe lived in Kenya in the early part of the last century. She is also the writer of another story which is the basis for one of my favorite films "Babbette's feast." This movie has gotten some flack for being an undeserving winner, chiefly because "the color purple" and the cult classic "Brazil" were also released that year (Brazil's thought to have gotten snubbed by Oscar and I would agree with that sentiment). However, I thought this movie was great. It seems to be mostly true to the real life adventures and trials and tribulations of Karen Blixen. The movie has superb acting from both it's leads, the great Robert Redford and the timeless Meryl Streep. The backdrop of Africa in all its glory is beautifully shot, and the time…

After a very long time, I'm watching a beautiful movie in every sense of the word. Out of Africa by Sydney Pollack has beautiful direction, cinematography, location, performance, music….Who wouldn't feel like living in Kenya and running a coffee plantation after watching this one? It also brought back some emotional school-day memories to me. Watching Meryl Streep sharing stories with Robert Redford near logs of fire in the movie reminded me of my story-telling days at my boarding school where we kids would switch off lights at our room, huddle together and I would share some haunting or adventure tales with them. Sigh!Meryl Streep is a great actress but she keeps an almost stoic look throughout the movie which reduced some of the fun. This story is mostly wild or adventurous in tone so maybe a more bubblier performance like Nicole Kidman in Australia would have created more magic. Some of the other cast performances in the movie were similarly more conservative or subdued…