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
Twice in a Lifetime
Examines the impact of divorce on an entire family.