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Directed by: Woody Allen

Produced: 1992

Countries & Regions: United States

DVD Details

Certificate: 15

Length: 103 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 2

Released: 15 April 2002

Cat No: CDR14597

Extras:
DVD 5
Anamorphic (16:9)
Languages(s): English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Subtitles: Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
Interactive Menu
Screen ratio 1:1.85
Dolby Mono

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Husbands and Wives

Cast: Judy Davis , Lysette Anthony , Woody Allen , Mia Farrow , Liam Neeson , Juliette Lewis , Blythe Danner , Sydney Pollack , Ron Rifkin , Tim Jerome

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Woody Allen’s study of marriage and relationships has a documentary feel to it due to the use of a hand-held camera. When fortysomethings... Read More

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Woody Allen’s study of marriage and relationships has a documentary feel to it due to the use of a hand-held camera. When fortysomethings Gabe and Judy Roth’s (Allen and Mia Farrow) best friends Jack and Sally (Sydney Pollack and Judy Davis) decide to separate Gabe and Judy begin to look at their own marriage. The couple embark on flirtations with other people; Gabe with one of his students (Juliette Lewis) and Judy develops a crush on Sally’s new man (Liam Neeson). But they are never truly unfaithful to each other. The film opened just after the real-life scandal involving Allen, Farrow and their adopted daughter.

The restless documentary feel of Husbands and Wives, in which Allen's creative writing professor falls for a student a third his age, jarred audiences with its almost excruciating irony when it was released in Autumn 1992. In real life, Allen had just been all over the headlines as a result of his affair with longtime partner Mia Farrow's adopted daughter. Controversy aside, this was still Allen's best film in years, and it remains one of the high points of his oeuvre.

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