Christine Photos View All Photos Movie Info In Sarasota, Fla., circa 1974, an ambitious, 29-year-old reporter is relentlessly motivated to succeed. She knows she has talent, but being a driven...
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Oct 14, 2016 · The story of Christine Chubbuck, a 1970s TV reporter struggling with depression and professional frustrations as she tries to advance her career. 1970s female reporter television reporter television journalist female journalist 163 more Plot summary Plot synopsis Taglines The shocking true story that changed the face of television. Genres Biography
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Christine is a horror novel by American writer Stephen King, published in 1983. It tells the story of a car (a 1958 Plymouth Fury) apparently possessed by malevolent supernatural forces. A film adaptation, directed by John Carpenter, was released eight months later in December of the same year.
The name Christine is girl's name of French origin meaning "Christian". Christine was the dominant feminine variation of Christopher forty or fifty years ago, when French E -endings were preferred over A s; it was a Top 20 name for several years, from 1966 to 1974. But though it still hangs in on the popularity list, today most any other version would be considered more stylish, from Kristen to Kirsten to Christina herself.
Christine. (279) 6.9 1 h 59 min 2016 R. Based on a true story, a female’s journalistic ethics are challenged by the corporate climate of the 1970s, a tumultuous homelife, and unbridled ambition.