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The role which ultimately went to Marsha Mason was originally given to another actress that was going to shoot another film. She called to ask the director, who declined, to push production of the film back for a couple of months. Mazursky hung up the phone and contacted his casting director, asking about Mason who just so happened to be at the casting office. When the actress walked in, the director hired her on the spot. See more »
i disagree with those who were so put off by the rape scene that they cannot give the movie a positive review. remember this movie was made over 30 years ago at the height of the sexual revolution (i'm not excusing it). mazursky is a very interesting and unique writer/director who is responsible for some really excellent films, to wit: moscow on the hudson, down and out in beverly hills, an unfinished woman and next stop greenwich village. to me this movie has it all, great music, excellent acting and one of the funniest scenes i have ever seen in a movie when george segal, as a divorce attorney tries to calm his client, shelly winters. you'll enjoy it, trust me. p.s. the key word in some of those other reviews is "self-indulgent."
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