The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

DVD - 2007
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Duddy Kravitz is an irrestible young Jewish man in 1948 Montreal. Duddy is driven by an insatiable desire to be a "somebody". He cheats, schemes and connives to buy a large parcel of land. He uses the girl who loves him, he forges cheques and he lies. He is enormously proud of his shortcuts. In his race for success, Duddy learns many hard lessons. There's a little bit of Duddy in all of us.--Container.

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Guy_Smiley
Apr 16, 2017

VPL holds two different versions of this DVD. Both are in a 4:3 aspect ratio, a "pan and scan" image that will be windowboxed on modern TV sets. The 2001 DVD release is 115 minutes, while the 2007 DVD release (labelled "director's cut") is 121 minutes.

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ReadingintheCorner
Jan 13, 2013

As a movie, it's not great, as there is so many deeper things that are glossed over in the movie.
The best part of it is Richard Dreyfuss's performance as Duddy, because he does a great job as a character that is hard to play.
It's worth one watch for his performance.

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