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And having a loud-mouth though innocous wife in Joanne Woodward by his side, doesn't help.
The film's madcap style is a bit dated but there are many gems of scenes in this satire of the misunderstood artist in cultureless society.
At the very least you can say that the makers of "A Fine Madness" attempt something different.
Great film and fine acting. Read the book and like it better, but the film is a good representation.Published 22 hours ago by Martin Amance
A funny Connery film. It's great to see him at work at that time in something usual.Published 3 months ago by James Bond
Funny to see Sean Connery in a very different rolePublished 8 months ago by Michael Peter Jorgensen
This is one of my favorite films. The PC crowd won't like it, but who cares what they think. It's a wonderful film about an individual who is focused on his work, doesn't give a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Henry T. Sadowski
I always enjoy this great movie, and decided to buy it, so I enjoy it at any time. It's a crazy storyline, and it also reminds me of another great movie, "They might be... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Cynthia Elmore
I've been a fan of Sean Connery for a long time, and this film, made in his James Bond era when he was youthful, is a pleasant change of pace for him. Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Markie
This is a product of the 60's from the opening credits to the end.
A potentially great poet owes alimony to his former wife. Read more
Made in 1966. The film depicts several aspects of that eras norms. If one considers cheating husband, spousal abuse, unethical psychiatric practices, and labotomy not... Read morePublished on April 5, 2007 by B. Earley