PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
After the death of a common friend, three married men leave their lives together, seeking pleasure and freedom and ultimately leaving for London.
This is the only film directed by John Cassavetes to feature both Ben Gazzara and Peter Falk, two of his most frequent collaborators.
That's the difference between him and us.
Archie Black: If my wife opens her mouth to me about anything, I finish that fast. I walk in there...
Gus Demetri: You're right.
Archie Black: I know I'm right. And I spell it out. And that's what you have to do.
Gus Demetri: Right. That's what you have to do.
Archie Black: ...
There are no closing credits and no "THE END" title card. The screen just goes black. In the opening credits, everyone involved in the film (even the "little people") are credited on two "tell all" title cards, right on down from the actors to the grips, a total of 82 credits.
The original theatrical release ran 154 minutes. The out-of-print VHS release from Columbia/Tristar runs 132 minutes.
English, French, Italian, Cantonese
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