Mar 17, 1978 · 50 Photos Comedy Drama Romance A wealthy woman from Manhattan's Upper East Side struggles to deal with her new identity and her sexuality after her husband of 16 years leaves her for a younger woman. Director Paul Mazursky Writer Paul Mazursky Stars Jill Clayburgh Alan Bates Michael Murphy See production, box office & company info Search on Amazon
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An Unmarried Woman is a 1978 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Paul Mazursky and starring Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates and Michael Murphy. The film was nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Actress (Clayburgh). Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Awards and honors 4 Reception 5 References
An Unmarried Woman (for Jill Clayburgh, 1944-2010) When I first saw it, I was a high school junior. Jill Clayburgh was scandalous ballet dancing in her tee shirt and panties, showing her teenage daughter a wet spot on the bed after she’d made love to her husband, the girl’s father. I was fascinated by Clayburgh’s lip gloss and feathered hair.
unmarried woman jill kelly Product Description Erica seems to have it all - a comfortable home, an interesting job in a Manhattan art galley, a bright teenage daughter, and a loving, successful husband. Then, suddenly, her life is shattered. Her "perfect" husband walks out, and she is left frightened and alone to face the chancy singles world.
Nov 08, 2010 · Recalling Jill Clayburgh, George 'Sparky' Anderson and Theodore C. Sorensen. Nov. 9, 2010 -- Back in 1978, in the movie "An Unmarried Woman," Jill Clayburgh played a well-to-do woman, Erica, whose husband told her he was leaving her for a younger woman. It was the heave-ho heard around the cinematic world.
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Nov 08, 2010 · Nov. 7, 2010 In the most famous scene in Jill Clayburgh’s most influential movie, her character reacted to the news that her husband wanted to leave her. Ms. Clayburgh’s Erica responded with such...