Two for the Road 1967

Two for the Road

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Architect Mark Wallace (Albert Finney) and his wife, Joanna (Audrey Hepburn), travel to France to meet with an affluent client (Claude Dauphin). While there, they reflect on their first decade of marriage -- memories of when they first met, of courtship and of road trips through the French countryside. As flirtation and playful quarreling turn to boredom with the banality of married life, the Wallaces struggle to rekindle their passion, while mutual infidelity threatens to tear them apart.

Cast & Crew

Audrey Hepburn
Joanna Wallace
Albert Finney
Mark Wallace
Eleanor Bron
Cathy Manchester
William Daniels
Howard Manchester
Claude Dauphin
Maurice Dalbret
Nadia Gray
Francoise Dalbret
Christopher Challis
Cinematographer
Madeleine Gug
Film Editor
Richard Marden
Film Editor
Henry Mancini
Original Music
Willy Holt
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Critic Reviews for Two for the Road

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Audience Reviews for Two for the Road

  • May 17, 2014
    The film chronicles several journeys in a couple's relationship. While the performances by Albert Finney and Audrey Hepburn are often delightful, the film's primary problem is its unevenness. It's occasionally hard to follow, and the mix of happy times and marital discord never quite finds its proper balance. Overall, there are parts of this film that are fun, but the film as a whole lacks cohesiveness.
    Jim H Super Reviewer
  • Oct 30, 2013
    An au courant account -by the swinging sixties' standards- of a relationship and the institution of marriage, shown through all its stages with lots of charm. From a narrative standpoint it might be a bit muddled, but Hepburn and Finney give the right touch of wit, chemistry, cynicism and joie de vivre for all to be pleased.
    Pierluigi P Super Reviewer
  • May 01, 2011
    Albert Finney is sososososo hot. This is what Shoot the Moon wants to be but isn't. I'm glad it ends happily - really, really glad.
    Jennifer X Super Reviewer
  • Feb 06, 2010
    TWO FOR THE ROAD (1963) Directed by Stanley Donen. Written by Frederic Raphael. A great cast, sparkling & amusing dialogue, Miss Hepburn's to-die-for wardrobe, beautiful, scenic locations, masterly direction.....unfortunately, all let down by the casting of Albert ?misery guts? Finney as the husband-come-sparring partner. I have never liked him much & this otherwise wonderful film only confirms what I have always felt about him....that he never found his true metier & always appears uncomfortable in the roles he portrays. Imagine my surprise when earlier this week, I read that the two actors had an affair during filming! It only makes the rest of this R/V seem even more ironic (...naive, perhaps?), as though I have completely failed to really ?see?. I shall still include it. I saw the film on 20/1/10 & wrote the R/V immediately afterwards, but have not had opportunity until today to add it to my Flixster site. OK...so, here goes..... Unfortunately, the lack of any chemistry between Finney & Miss Hepburn turns what could, & should have been a delightful, incisive, bitter-sweet romantic comedy into a ho-hum pedestrian effort. What a terrible shame. Couldn't they have cast Cary Grant? Even someone so much older but less abrasive like James Mason could have made this work. (OUCH!!) ***3 & a half out of 5 stars***
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