A middleaged couple, living in divorce, is forced to spend three month in their house, which belongs jointly to them. They both try to use exactly one half of the house, but this only leads to "funny" and "dramatic" situations. In the end they bury the hatchet. Written by
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The audience for this movie was so small that when the song "A World That Never Was" was nominated for an Academy Award, song writers Paul Francis Webster and Sammy Fain hired publicist Michael B. Druxman to set up an 800-number so that Academy voters could call in and hear Fain's demo recording of the song. See more