An Unmarried Woman
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- Commentary by Director Paul Mazursky & Jill Clayburgh
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Top Customer Reviews
Also another major plus in the DVD is the commentary by Paul Mazursky and Jill Clayburgh. They have such insight and warmth and interesting commentary, not just about the making of the film but about art and acting and life . To me it was worth it to hear these wonderful artists express their ideas and memories. I have to admit, I love them both and so much of my life was shaped by this movie.
It is a truly underrated and underappreciated piece of art. It is ART ! The score is divine too. If you think , after the 1st viewing, that maybe you dont like it, it is too 70s or corny,,, give it another try. It is truly a whole little world that you are glimpsing, Mr Mazursky created a magical place, and I never never tire of going there.
I have seen the film many times since, and it has become one of my all time favorite movies. Jill Clayburgh shines as Erica and brings such a believability to this role. You are right there with Erica as she revels in her comfortable Upper East Side life, as she walks around in a fog when her husband leaves, as she takes those tentative first steps into the world of dating, as she finds love once again, and ultimately, as she emerges as a woman who discovers who she is and is determined to face life and love on HER terms.
I think this is Paul Mazursky's best work. He was not afraid to explore his feminine side and write this film from a woman's point of view. Many of the themes brought up in the film, such as loss, self-esteem, and independence still ring true today and I am hard pressed to name a recent film that explores this territory as well.
On a purely aesthetic level, I would kill to have Erica's apartment. A spacious, tastefully decorated hi-rise apartment with stunning views of Manhattan...I would be in heaven. The movie gets a star alone for that location.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can count on the fingers of one hand how many times my parents went to the movies with us kids. I do remember when they went to see "An Unmarried Woman," and left us at home. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Larry Benjamin
The used tape was in good shape, however I m sorry I paid so much for this movie as it was not "all that" even though it got a lot of hype as being her best movie, which in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by missredhat
i like it as im a clayburgh fan. kind of a funky movie of a lady whose husband dumps her and the teenage daughterPublished 24 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 on May 4, 2014 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 on April 3, 2014 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 on November 26, 2013 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 on November 1, 2013 by Pam
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