“An Unmarried Woman” quotes

Movie An Unmarried Woman
Paul Mazursky directed this movie in 1978
Title An Unmarried Woman
Year 1978
Director Paul Mazursky
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
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Plot – After 17 years of marriage, Erika is abandoned by her husband Martin because he is in love with Macha. Erika is a beautiful, young woman faithful to the family. Her inseparable friends Sue, Elaine and Jeanette try to comfort her and she finds support in her teenage daughter Patty too, who understands her mother but cannot help her. Her psychologist Tanya suggests Erika to make some male friendships and Erika is puzzled about the idea and starts flirting with Charlie, a trivial and selfish womanizer. When Erika meets Saul, an exuberant but sensitive London painter, she believes she has finally found the right man. Meanwhile Martin is abandoned by Macha and thinks to come back to his wife, but the woman now has new goals to reach in her life and she refuses Martin's return dedicating to herself.
All actors – Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates, Michael Murphy, Cliff Gorman, Patricia Quinn, Kelly Bishop, Lisa Lucas, Linda Miller, Andrew Duncan, Daniel Seltzer, Matthew Arkin, Penelope Russianoff
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