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An Unmarried Woman

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Director: Paul Mazursky Run Time: 124 min. Format: DCP Release Year: 1978

Starring: Alan Bates, Cliff Gorman, Jill Clayburgh, Kelly Bishop, Michael Murphy

Screenwriter: Paul Mazursky

Producers: Paul Mazurski, Tony Ray

Presented by Jodi Balfour and Abbi Jacobson

When writer/director Paul Mazursky’s frank, funny look at shifting ’70 sexual politics begins, Erica seems to have it all — a comfortable home, an interesting job in a Manhattan art galley, a bright teenage daughter, and a loving, successful husband. When her “perfect” husband walks out, however, she’s left alone to explore new relationships, new feelings, and a newfound sense of freedom. With a decidedly feminist perspective on sex, intimacy, and modern romance, An Unmarried Woman stars a fantastic Jill Clayburgh, who was never better than in this Oscar-nominated performance.

This is one of our favourite films of all time. Paul and Jill capture something fresh and exciting, even 40ish years on! The world, the performances, the dialogue, the photography, the themes explored… all with an immediacy and intimacy that stays with you. Or, if you’re us, deeply inspires you. After Abbi tracked down a DVD copy and bought a DVD player for the sole purpose of showing me this film, we can’t wait to see An Unmarried Woman the way it’s meant to be seen: in a theatre, with an audience, with you!” — Jodi Balfour

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