Sweet November (8-Feb-1968)|
Director: Robert Ellis Miller
Writer: Herman Raucher
Music Composed and Conducted by: Michel Legrand
Producers: Jerry Gershwin; Elliott Kastner
Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Terminal Illness, Brooklyn
A terminally ill woman from Brooklyn Heights acquires a new lover every month, and tries to fix their emotional problems. Anthony Newley is her stray for the month of November. Overly sentimental romance.
||The Defiant Ones
||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
||Artful Dodger in Oliver Twist
||I Want to Live!
|Sandy Dennis|| ... Sara Deever|
|Anthony Newley|| ... Charlie Blake|
|Theodore Bikel|| ... Alonzo|
|Burr DeBenning|| ... Clem Batchman|
|Sandy Baron|| ... Richard|
|Marj Dusay|| ... Carol|
|Martin West|| ... Gordon|
|Virginia Vincent|| ... Mrs. Schumacher|
|King Moody|| ... Digby|
|Robert Gibbons|| ... Sam Naylor|
Review by Herman Raucher (posted on 5-Nov-2008)
This movie is incredible. The writing is superlative (Herman Raucher also wrote Summer of '42 and Ode to Billy Joe). It tells the story of a dying woman who desperately wants to be remembered. She attempts to achieve this through unconventional means. This movie is my favorite by Raucher.
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