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A recently turned fifty year old businessman leaves his family in search of new love with a barkeep.
Amazing performances from Ellen Burstyn, Gene Hackman, Ann Margret, and Amy Madigan who received a much earned Oscar nomination. It is very well written even if it starts off a little slow.
The subtle performance by Gene Hackman scores. The supporting cast is excellent, especially Ellen Burstyn. It?s a good story, believably done and has an excellent screenplay. Thoughtful direction, sensitively told. Great job.
The subtle performance by Gene Hackman scores. The supporting cast is excellent, especially Ellen Burstyn. Its a good story, believably done and has an excellent screenplay. Thoughtful direction, sensitively told. Great job.
Long, boring, and pointless.
A well-done and very personal examination of the impact of divorce on an entire family.
I can't believe more people haven't seen this. It's brilliant. About love lost and found somewhere else.
Excellent, under-appreciated comedy-drama about a marriage that falls apart rather subtly, as husband and wife gradually become different people. Beautifully written and acted-- Ann Margret is a revelation as always.
Nothing great, but Ellen Burstyn is good.
touching at points but still love it