It's the end of the '70s. Hippies are assimilating, women are raising their consciousness, and men are becoming confused and ineffectual. Don't expect to be able to keep track of all the names or who's sleeping with whom; the picture very skillfully conveys the hopeless muddle through which the many characters move as they try to Find Themselves. Written by
Molly Malloy <email@example.com>
One mellow movie about creative divorce, group jacuzzis, organically-fed mistresses, and therapeutic adultery.
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Did You Know?
In his autobiography "Tall, Dark and Gruesome", Christopher Lee
identifies this picture as one that was particularly important to him (despite the fact that he played a relatively small part). The reasons being because it was the first time he got to act with an American accent and also because he was cast against type. See more
[after exiting a grocery store, chatting with a checker
Hey, wanna go have a cup of coffee?
Oh, I don't drink coffee. It's an artificial stimulant.
Of course. Then you wouldn't want to have a drink, either. So what do I offer you? A bite of my onion?
I'll tell you what: how about if I just go home with you and we go to bed together?
We could do that. Sure.
We Love You, Conrad
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyric by Lee Adams See more