PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
A wealthy yet depressed architect and his sympathetic wife strive to conquer their life issues in anticipation of Harvey Fairchild's (Jack Lemmon's) 60th birthday party.
According to movie critic Leonard Maltin, "(Blake) Edwards gave co-screenplay credit to his own psychiatrist!" for Blake Edwards' The Man Who Loved Women (1983). That was Hollywood psychoanalyst Milton Wexler, who then worked again on this movie with Edwards, which became the second of two screenwriting collaborations of Edwards and Wexler.
Dr. Keith Romanis:
Harvey Fairchild: Yeah?
Dr. Keith Romanis: Your heart is strong. There's absolutely nothing wrong with you physically whatsoever.
Harvey Fairchild: There's nothing wrong with me?
Dr. Keith Romanis: No. You're in a great shape.
Harvey Fairchild: Uh, I'm in great shape? Keith, did you ever hear the story about the fighter that was ...
Dr. Keith Romanis: ...
Microphone shadow visible during party scene in the tent.