Two for the Road | Chicago Reader

Two for the Road

Arguably Stanley Donen's masterpiece, and undoubtedly one of the most stylistically influential films of the 60s, Two for the Road (1967) follows a couple (Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney) through four successive trips through the south of France, telling the story of the dissolution of their marriage by cutting from one time level to another. The literate script is by Frederic Raphael, and Eleanor Bron contributes a hilarious cameo as the ultimate University of Chicago graduate.


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