Dir. Irvin Kershner. 1970, 89 mins. 35mm. With George Segal, Eva Marie Saint. This forgotten treasure of American New Wave cinema stars George Segal as a New York advertising artist headed for a breakdown of epic proportions as he buckles under the pressures of juggling a career, family, and an extramarital affair. Willis lends gorgeously gauzy lensing to this comedy, which builds towards an unforgettable, alcohol-fueled climax.
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