- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: What if you had no right to read?
- Genres: Drama, Science Fiction
- Release Date: 1966-09-07
- Runtime: 113.0 min
- Budget: $1.5 million
- Revenue: $2.0 million
- Production Companies: Anglo Enterprises, Vineyard Film
Cast & Crew
Julie Christie, Oskar Werner, Cyril Cusack, Anton Diffring, Jeremy Spenser, Bee Duffell, Alex Scott, Gillian Aldam, Michael Balfour, Ann Bell, Yvonne Blake, Arthur Cox, Frank Cox, Fred Cox, Noel Davis, Judith Drinan, Kevin Eldon, Alan Ford, Joan Francis, Denis Gilmore, David Glover, Tina Hart, Arthur Haynes, Caroline Hunt, Edward Kaye, Mark Lester, Gillian Lewis, Eric Mason, Charlie McFadden, Roma Milne, Michael Mundell, Anna Palk, Donald Pickering, John Rae, Terry Sartain, Arnold Schulkes, Reg Thomason, Tom Watson, Chris William, Earl Younger
Synopsis – What to Expect from “Fahrenheit 451”
Fahrenheit 451 is a 1966 science fiction film directed by François Truffaut and based on the novel of the same name by Ray Bradbury. The film follows Guy Montag (Oskar Werner), a fireman in a future where books are outlawed and burned by the government. Montag is content in his job until he meets a young woman named Clarisse (Julie Christie) who encourages him to think for himself and question the oppressive society he lives in.
Montag begins to read the books he is supposed to burn, and discovers a whole new world of ideas and emotions that he had never experienced before. His newfound knowledge leads him to become increasingly dissatisfied with his life and the oppressive regime he serves. He eventually joins a group of rebels who are working to preserve books and knowledge, and finds himself on the run from the government.
The film follows Montag’s journey as he discovers the power of knowledge and the importance of freedom of thought. He is forced to make difficult decisions and ultimately must choose between his duty to the government and his own moral convictions. Along the way, Montag learns the true power of books and the importance of preserving them. In the end, he is forced to make a difficult choice: to either continue to follow the oppressive rules of his society or to stand up and fight for what he believes in.
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