Bye Bye, Braverman (1968)
Release Date: Feb 21, 1968 Limited
Average Rating: 3.1/5
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Bye Bye Braverman is a bittersweet adaptation of Wallace Markfield's coldly cynical novel To an Early Grave. Braverman, an idealistic minor author, dies; his four best friends, writers who in one way or another have all sold out, decide to attend his funeral. The foursome includes a disenchanted magazine writer (George Segal), a poet (Jack Warden), a book reviewer (Sorrell Booke), and an embittered bellyacher (Joseph Wiseman). Taking a picaresque journey from Greenwich Village to Brooklyn, the
Feb 21, 1968 Limited
Warner Bros. Pictures
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One of Sidney Lumet's most personal and Jewish films is not necessarily one of his best, but it's well acted.
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