A self-centred university lecturer thinks it quite all right that he has taken one of his students as a lover, but is deeply hurt when his wife retaliates by taking a similar approach with a visiting carpenter. His announcement that he is off to the family holiday home for some skiing with his paramour is met by his wife insisting she and her young joiner go too, and the four set off for an awkward time in the snow. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <email@example.com>
"She may be 20 and gorgeous, but I have not yet begun to fight."
Did You Know?
Filming began in late Dec 1979 (on location in Massachusetts) two months after 10
was released, when heretofore unknown Bo Derek
was fast becoming the focus of worldwide attention. Additional love scenes were added to the later studio phase of the shoot, most of which appear in the opening shots of the movie. See more
On most of the interior shots, and all of the closeups, the daughter's huge eyeglasses are merely frames with no lenses in them. See more
We enter this world and leave this world alone. Everything else is a gift.
"Where Do You Catch The Bus For Tomorrow?"
Lyrics by Alan Bergman
and Marilyn Bergman
Music by Henry Mancini
Performed by 'Kenny Rankin (I)' See more