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Clayburgh's reaction to this revelation was stark and very realistic.
I like this movie and it is for any woman that can identify with what it is like to be single, starting over, or just being a woman with needs.
It's well acted, deals with real issues, and sends an empowering message to women survivors of marriage breakup.
i like it as im a clayburgh fan. kind of a funky movie of a lady whose husband dumps her and the teenage daughterPublished 7 months ago by Steve L. Saunders
Film: An Unmarried Woman by Paul Mazursky
Every principal in this movie is now dead. Paul Mazursky died on this June 30th. Read more
Jill Clayburgh was one of those actresses whose luminosity shone true. I really lived her films, and this is one of the best. Read morePublished 10 months ago by prisrob
I watched the movie for the first time yesterday night. Me, still being young, I didn't think that during the 70s they already had failing marriages and affraids... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Cutesy!Pie
The third time I've seen this movie. I love it as much or more each time. I have recommended it to two people who have been devastated by a ruined marriage, because of how the main... Read morePublished 15 months ago by doryphoros
I bought this for a friend who wanted this movie so badly yet one can scarcly find it. It is rare & very very expensive going up to as much as $200 ( ridiculous). Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pam
I loved this film when it came out more than 30 years ago.... I'm still (temporarily) an unmarried woman, and I think men are important.Published 17 months ago by Patricia Stewart
The acting and cinematography are superb, but if this script took place anywhere but NYC, it's pretense of fake feminism would look less grandiose. Read morePublished 18 months ago by mr. contrarian
The film still has relevance in this day & age, to coping with a significant loss( e.g. marital breakup) & ultimately being able to take charge & embrace a new beginning---a new... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Marilyn Lundy