Lovers and Other Strangers (1971)
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This engaging comedy focuses on the effect that Susan and Mike's marriage has on their family and friends. Susan's father Hal has been having an affair for years, unknown to his wife. Mike's mother and father are delighted with the wedding plans, but their son Richie has a troubled marriage.
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as Bea Vecchio
as Hal Henderson
as Father Gregory
as Hotel Clerk
as Flower Girl
as Johnny's Mother
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Critic Reviews for Lovers and Other Strangers
It has the tact to hold back, to trust its characters to somehow fumble through to something that's not love, maybe, but will do.
A charming, hilarious film that skillfully balances the many divergent storylines into a fascinating, entertaining whole.
The best element of this Broadway play to the big screen transfer is the acting of the entire ensemble, headed by Richard Castellano, who received a Supporting Actor Oscar nomination.
Audience Reviews for Lovers and Other Strangers
Great cast but dated episodic comedy. Still its enjoyable to see so many wonderful performers all gathered together and Dishy's apartment is a snapshot of 70's mod decorating.
Hysterically funny film with a once in a lifetime cast. It is filled with vivid and interesting characters, all, absolutely all of the performances are awesome. The writing and direction are superb. Fantastic and highly entertaining.
Hal Henderson: Weddings aren't planned a few months ahead. Weddings are planned from the time the girl's about six.
Frank Vecchio: We're all strangers. But after a while you get used to it. You become deeper strangers. That's a sort of love.
A reflection on marriage in the early seventies when the idea of dealing with problems was if it doesn't work why do it?
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