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Nondescript dramedy has Segal as a commercial artist whose midlife crisis comes to a head when his wife, mistress, and neighborhood witness his drunken tryst with a neighbor's wife via closed-circuit TV. Saint is very good as the wronged wife, but the whole thing is much duller than it should be.

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Available on Running time 89 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Comedy Drama, Midlife Crisis, Adultery, New York, New York, Strained Suburbia, Advertising
Don Devlin
George Segal, Eva Marie Saint, Sterling Hayden, Keenan Wynn, David Doyle, Paul Sparer, Andrew Duncan, Roland Winters, Edgar Stehli, Diana Douglas, Roy Scheider, Sab Shimono, Janis Young, Nancie Phillips, Sherry Lansing
Gordon Willis
Irvin Kershner
Bernardo Segall

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Irvin Kershner directed the film “Loving” starring George Segal (as Brooks Wilson) and Eva Marie Saint (as Selma Wilson). Loving is a drama/comedy that came out in 1970 with a total running time of 89 minutes. Brooks Wilson has a beautiful wife named Selma, has two daughters and has a great job as an illustrator. Selma thinks she has a loving, faithful husband, but what she doesn’t know is that he is seeing a woman, named Grace, on the side.