An Unmarried Woman

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Time Out says

Very much the product of its New York setting, in the well-established tradition of Annie Hall or a novel like Fear of Flying. The heroine is a woman suddenly deserted by her husband. Though enviably rich, smart and healthy, she suffers. She moves towards a kind of feminism, motivated by her touchiness concerning the men who step blithely into her life offering help, homes, approval, sex, or just a friendly drink. They're all the young middle-aged. They jog, take pills, vacations, analysis, and laugh at themselves. They're absurd and at the same time perfectly believable.
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Release details

UK release:

1977

Duration:

124 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Paul Mazursky

Cast:

Kelly Bishop, Pat Quinn, Cliff Gorman, Michael Murphy, Alan Bates, Jill Clayburgh, Lisa Lucas

Music:

Bill Conti

Production Designer:

Pato Guzman

Editor:

Stuart H Pappé

Cinematography:

Arthur J Ornitz

Screenwriter:

Paul Mazursky

Producer:

Tony Ray, Paul Mazursky

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mr.mike

Starts well , but becomes less interesting - and less credible - as it goes along.

mr.mike

Starts well , but becomes less interesting - and less credible - as it goes along.

ELI

Jill Clayburgh should have won the Academy Award for this performance. The film was fantastically true! It hap[pened to me!

ELI

Jill Clayburgh should have won the Academy Award for this performance. The film was fantastically true! It hap[pened to me!