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Husbands, 1971 Golden Globes® nominee for best screenplay, follows three middle-aged husbands, with wives and houses in the New York suburbs, who go on a wild spree after a close friend dies of a heart attack. Ending up in London, the three must confront their own mortality and decide how to spend the rest of their lives.
A great triple threat of masters in a realistic tale like thousands around the world....Published 2 months ago by Julie Shearer
Roger Ebert said this film "shows an important director not merely failing, but not even understanding why." He really got that wrong. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rick Woodward
Not Cassavetes very best--that would be Killing of a Chinese Bookie--but excellent nonetheless. The three leads vie for acting homors, but , in the end, its Ben Gazzara's... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Thomas A. Stith
A bit of a slog, deliberately, since this is a Cassavetes film, but a film that gets at something real and true about (straight) male friendship.Published 13 months ago by Rochester Richie