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A New Life (1988)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 25 March 1988 (USA)
After a middle-aged couple divorces, they must each enter the frightening but funny world of blind dates and new relationships.

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Cast

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Steve Giardino
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Mel Arons
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Jackie Jardino
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Kay Hutton
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Doc
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Donna
Beatrice Alda ...
Judy
David Eisner ...
Billy
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Audrey
John Kozak ...
Phil
Alan Jordan ...
Steve's Lawyer
Tim Koetting ...
Maurice
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Student
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Sybil
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Suitor #1
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After a middle-aged couple divorces, they must each enter the frightening but funny world of blind dates and new relationships.

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25 March 1988 (USA)  »

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Alan Alda's A New Life  »

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$7,721,851 (USA)
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Actor Alan Alda sports a beard in this movie. See more »

Quotes

Mel Arons: Don't ruin this. These girls are open minded and convivial. Modern progressive women. Sluts. Don't get ethical, it inhibits their sexual creativity.
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Concerto for Harpsichord in F Minor
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
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Too bland.
6 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

The writer and director, Alan Alda (who also stars, sporting an unflattering haircut), enters Woody Allen territory here, but the result is unfortunately bland and forgettable. He seems to know all the right moves and maintains an agreeable tone, but there isn't enough wit in the lines, or enough laughs, or enough insights into the characters. Ann-Margret does look sensational, however. (**)


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