Directed by Blake Edwards. Starring Dudley Moore, Julie Andrews, Robert Webber, Bo Derek.
(1979, R, 122 min.)
The movie that really launched Bo Derek's career, as well as a billion blond cornrows and a smutty giggle for Ravel's "Bolero,"
10 is the story of a middle-aged man hung up on sex. It's vintage Blake Edwards territory, a place that some find hilarious and others find fretful.
The Edwards gestalt is a sublime combination of the "low art" of physical comedy and the "high art" of intellectual wit
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KEYWORDS FOR THIS FILM
10, Blake Edwards, Dudley Moore, Julie Andrews, Robert Webber, Bo Derek