Charley Tate, a nice enough guy but somewhat of a braggart, takes his wife Lucy on a trip to Florida for their 50th wedding anniversary. While there, they run into one of Lucy's old ... See full summary »

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Charley Tate, a nice enough guy but somewhat of a braggart, takes his wife Lucy on a trip to Florida for their 50th wedding anniversary. While there, they run into one of Lucy's old boyfriends. Even though the ex-lover is himself married, Charley feels the need to prove to his wife--and himself--that she made the right choice 50 years before. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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4 February 1980 (USA)  »

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Lucy Tate of her husband James Whitmore: Ain't nobody finds you funny. They just put up with you because they can't figure out how to get rid of you.
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The beauty here is in the acting and the 'eternal truth' of the story.
30 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yes, the film may seem 'slow' in terns of what we call 'good cinema' today - filled with action and computer generated antics. However, no film with TERESA WRIGHT or JAMES WHITMORE could be called dull. She, particularly, is one of the great, and most emotive, of all screen performers.

The story itself is about an 'eternal truth' -- the choices we make in life about who we love, who we live with and the perspective the span of time in life reveals about our choices.

A quiet film, yes. A realistic film, yes. A thought provoking film, yes. And, placed forever on film two more outstanding performances from two outstanding performers -- who learned acting when that truly meant something to sustain a film. A solid '8' in my book!


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