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Director Alan Parker and writer Bo Goldman chronicle the emotional disintegration of an unhappy marriage. Albert Finney and Diane Keaton play George and Faith Dunlap, a seemingly happily married couple living with their four daughters in a converted farmhouse in Marin County, California. George is inwardly empty and decides to have an affair with Sandy (Karen Allen), who has doubts about how long their affair will last. Faith is also suffering from ennui and takes up with Frank Henderson (Peter Weller), the contractor for the Dunlap's tennis court. Frank, after discovering about Faith's affair, is in a confused state: he wants to leave and live with Sandy but doesn't want his wife to date other men and demands the love of his daughters -- all of whom now detest him. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Albert Finney Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama 1982 Nominee
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Diane Keaton Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 1982 Nominee

Cast

Albert Finney
as George Dunlap
Diane Keaton
as Faith Dunlap
Karen Allen
as Sandy
Peter Weller
as Frank Henderson
Dana Hill
as Sherry
Viveka Davis
as Jill
Tina Yothers
as Molly
George Murdock
as French DeVoe
Leora Dana
as Charlotte DeVoe
Nancy Fish
as Joanne
Georgann Johnson
as Isabel
Edwina Moore
as Reporter
Hector Morales
as Mexican Man
Bill Reddick
as Priest
Jeremy Schoenberg
as Timmy
O-Lan Jones
as Countergirl
Eunice Suarez
as Mexican Woman
Juliet Taylor
Kathryn Trask
as Nurse
Morgan Upton
as Photographer
April Webster
Stephen Morrell
as Rick
Michael Alldredge
as Officer Knudson
Robert Costanzo
as Leo Spinelli
James Cranna
as Harold
Lou Cutell
as Willard
Ken Kimmins
as Maitre D'
David Landsberg
as Scott Gruber
Irving Metzman
as Howard Katz
Ken Kimmins
as Maitre D'
David Landsberg
as Scott Gruber
Hector Morales
as Mexican Man
Morgan Upton
as Photographer
Eunice Suarez
as Mexican Woman
Lou Cutell
as Willard
O-Lan Jones
as Countergirl
Edwina Moore
as Reporter
James Cranna
as Harold
Jeremy Schoenberg
as Timmy
Michael Alldredge
as Officer Knudson
Georgann Johnson
as Isabel
Robert Costanzo
as Leo Spinelli
Bill Reddick
as Priest
Kathryn Trask
as Nurse
Stephen Morrell
as Rick
Nancy Fish
as Joanne

Crew

Alan Parker
Director
Alan Marshall
Producer
Bo Goldman
Screenwriter
Alan Parker
Screenwriter
Michael Seresin
Cinematographer
Gerry Hambling
Editor
Ned Kopp
Production Designer
Geoffrey Kirkland
Production Designer
Edgar J. Scherick
Executive Producer
Doug von Koss
Set Designer
Bob Nelson
Set Designer
Kristi Zea
Costume Designer
David MacMillan
Sound/Sound Designer
Juliet Taylor
Casting
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