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Depressed by the direction his life is taking, Harry Berlin (Jack Lemmon) decides to take his own life by jumping off the Manhattan Bridge. At the last minute he's stopped by old friend Milt Manville (Peter Falk), a successful stock broker on Wall Street. Milt, however, is facing his own problem: he has fallen out of love with his argumentative wife, Ellen (Elaine May). In a misguided effort to solve both of their problems, Milt introduces Ellen to Harry, hoping the two will fall in love.

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  • Perhaps the real problem is that Murray Schisgal's play was abstract, an arrangement of ideas with just a little skin on them, and movies have to do abstraction differently.

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