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Life is getting complicated for Broadway playwright Ivan Travalian (Pacino). His flaky wife Gloria (Weld) is moving in with her lover, his director hates his new play and his leading lady (Cannon) is a terrified movie star who's never been on the stage. With five children to look after (most of them Gloria's), a budding romance with his leading lady, and a producer (King) demanding a rewrite, it's no wonder the emotionally and financially unstable Ivan starts to exhibit all kinds of irrational behavior.
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The on-location filming in New York City that made it a rich, vibrant character.
Al Pacino's character, a father of young children. The warmth, tenderness, and naturalness of his relationship with all 5 children did more than make me feel warm and fuzzy; it hit me like a blast furnace and put a fire in my belly. I've always been stoked to a gentle purr by Pacino's beautiful face, grace, intensity, etc. But seeing him as a loving father made me swoon. Plus, I enjoyed seeing him play this character with a sensitivity, subtlety and nuance that well becomes him.
Seeing Al Pacino walking in his natural element : the streets of New York City. Maybe you have to be a native New Yorker to have that resonate the way it did with me.
And last but not least, that townhouse in the Village. Maybe you have to be a native New Yorker to be in awe of the fireplace, the beautiful antique chandeliers, the garden in the backyard. I think that put final puff of smoke in my pipedream: nesting with the strong, loving, warm, effectionate grown-up man Trevelian with his five delightful children in a townhouse in the Village.