A middle-aged couple, on the verge of proceeding with a divorce, find themselves questioning their decision to separate when fellow friends and neighbors, oblivious to their marital troubles, assemble at their house for a 4th of July Weekend party.
A one-of-a-kind American film about love, marriage and divorce.
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The opening credits wedding home movie footage was filmed by Jaglom's close friend, director James Frawley. Many of Frawley's and Jaglom's mutual friends, including director Bob Rafelson, appear in the Fourth of July party sequence. See more
Life is like a stone: you rub it, you rub it. You go over these questions over and over. You rub and then you rub and then *just* when you think you're getting *this* much, you die!
[follows with derisive laughter
The credits play over authentic home movie footage of Jaglom's own wedding. There are only two credits to open the film: the title and "A Film by Henry Jaglom". See more
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