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Origin: Iulia, feminine form of the Roman gens name Iulius.
Julia is a 1977 drama film directed by Fred Zinnemann, from a screenplay by Alvin Sargent. It is based on Lillian Hellman's book Pentimento, a chapter of which purports to tell the story of her relationship with an alleged lifelong friend, "Julia," who fought against the Nazis in the years prior to World War II. The film was produced by Richard Roth, with Julien Derode as executive producer and Tom Pevsner as associate producer. It was nominated for eleven Academy Awards and won three, including best screenplay. Vanessa Redgrave won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role as the title-named character, Julia, and Jason Robards won his second consecutive Best Actor in a Supporting Role award.
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daughter and only child of Augustus Cæsar; celebrated for her beauty and the dissoluteness of her morals, and became the wife in succession of Marcellus, Agrippa, and Tiberius.
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I would definitely have to say that it doesn't feel like a job, julia (Roberts) was saying the same thing earlier. It ... does feel like a celebration of women of all these ages that we all are.
I remember wanting to be like Julia Roberts after watching the Pretty Woman, but in North Korea, the regime restricts even what I can wear, so instead I made paper dolls and I made the clothes that I wanted to wear for them.
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