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Screen adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel which begins in the years after the American Civil War and, through the story of the Trask family, brings to light a struggle and conflict inherent in the human condition.
The most entertaining thing about this movie is its title. Other than that, it is a dull story about Tim Matheson working with Jane Seymour, who is married to some "important" man, and thought-provokingly falling madly in love with her. He wants to be serious. She wants to be a "tease." He wants her to divorce her husband, she says "no" because she has a young son(who looks about 15 but was supposed to be about "10"). Drama and trauma provoke from this conflict, most notably when Seymour crashes her car and Matheson goes to the hospital...when her husband is there. Oh gasp!
I didn't care who ended up with who. To top everything off, this film has a very slow pace, making it all the more bad. You would be better off without a viewing, even though this stupid thing is always on.
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