Some stars have a glamour so enduring, we count on it lasting forever. Christie is one such star. From her early defining roles in 1965’s Darling (Oscar for Best Actress) and Doctor Zhivago she radiated an ageless intelligence, superiority and spikiness. Since then, audiences and Academy members have asked Christie to check in every decade or so, just to assure that those beautiful bones are still in the right places. She was Oscar-nominated for Afterglow in 1998; and she took the Best Actress award for Sarah Polley’s 2006 Canadian drama, where she played a woman who is suffering from Alzheimer’s but still manages to attract a new lover. And why not? She’s Julie Christie.