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John Marley, Gena Rowlands, Lynn Carlin, Fred Draper View All


John Cassavetes (Screenplay), John Cassavetes (Director) View All

Release: Nov. 24th, 1968
Runtime: 2 hours, 10 minutes
Middle-aged suburban husband Richard abruptly tells his wife, Maria, that he wants a divorce. As Richard takes up with a younger woman, Maria enjoys a night on the town with her friends and meets a younger man. As the couple and those around them confront a seemingly futile search for what they've lost -- love, excitement, passion -- this classic American independent film explores themes of aging and alienation.
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