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By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

 

Twice in a Lifetime
Directed by Bud Yorkin
Warner Home Video 07/05 DVD/VHS Feature Film
Not Rated

Twice in a Lifetime is a 1985 film which examines the impact of divorce on an entire family. Gene Hackman and Ellen Burstyn star as a working-class couple who have been married 30 years. When he falls in love with another woman (Ann-Margret), all the characters must renegotiate their commitments. The film speaks volumes about changing attitudes toward marriage and divorce, romantic love, friendship, and the relationships between parents and adult children

 

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