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Plot: When a happily married family man, who would never consider an affair, meets a beautiful woman in red, he is totally infatuated and desperate to make her acquaintance. However, as he tries out various schemes to sneak out to meet her, he realizes that adultery is not quite as easy as it looks.
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Good, very funny at times
The movie begins with Teddy apparently about to jump off a ledge nine stories up. Why? He starts to tell us how it all began, and we go back to that day with the scene straight out of ‘Seven Year Itch’, only Charlotte has dark hair and is dressed in red. And it turns out she is a model for the San Francisco cable car ad campaign, which Teddy is involved with. Despite that, Teddy has a lot of trouble meeting this woman, and his attempts meet with humorous results. For example, on more than one occasion he thinks he is talking to her but it turns out to be Ms. Milner, and this is good for a number a laughs.
Teddy, however, shouldn’t be thinking about another woman. He is married to Didi and they have two daughters. If Teddy needed any incentive to behave himself, he should keep in mind what happened to Joey when he cheated on Teresa (Joey and Teresa’s young son is staying with Teddy and Didi). And apparently he is not destined to have a relationship with Charlotte, because his attempts are just one disaster after another.
Gene Wilder is good as always, especially with physical comedy and when he has to talk his way out of jams. Kelly LeBrock is pleasant and sweet, with a slightly naughty side (I saw an edited version, so I surely didn’t see all there was of her). Gilda Radner is nasty in a way that didn’t appeal to me, but others might like it. I liked most of the songs by Dionne Warwick and Stevie Wonder, some of which they did together–though one gets played entirely too much on the radio all these years later and I got tired of it long ago. There is some physical comedy, but plenty of funny situations too. But the movie is not all funny. Some of it is touching, and some parts are depressing.
Some highlights, in addition to Joey’s nasty surprise and Ms. Milner’s bizarre behavior:
-We hear one side of what may be a very naughty phone conversation at Teddy’s workplace.
-A hilarious scene in a nice restaurant where one of Teddy’s friends pretends to be blind and causes chaos.
-Shelly, whose hairstyle sort of looks Native American (while black on the sides, it’s red and blonde in the middle) even though his parents are Jewish, has come to take Teddy’s daughter Missy to a David Bowie concert.
-Didi explains what happened to Joey and Teresa but doesn’t say everything.
-Teddy and Didi are getting ready for a big night, but that gets interrupted.
-Teddy’s grandmother Mama Dell is celebrating her 85th birthday. I can’t say more, but from the time Teddy arrives at her apartment until the end of the movie, everything is great and most of it is very funny. I can say, since this is how the movie began, that Teddy does end up out on a ledge.
This was a pleasant, slightly naughty farce that was really worth seeing.
Wilder’s best as director
Wilder’s only film he directed in a contemporary setting is by far his most successful effort. His other films (most notably “The Adventure Of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother” 9/10) have had higher levels of zany gags in them, but here he has crafted a down to Earth domestic comedy and it is very funny. His performance is, as usual, superb and he is surrounded by well chosen actors who also provide laughs. The ending leans a bit too close to whimsical, but it hardly deters the viewer’s enjoyment. Scenes involving Wilder’s character and his friends jokingly discussing each other’s affairs is equal to the perfectly written exchanges of a Woody Allen movie. Also worth noting is Gilda Radner’s brilliant love lorn and scorned office colleague. Her presence on screen is a real high point.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Gene Wilder
Writer Jean-Loup Dabadie (screenplay “Un Elephant Ca Trompe Enormement”), Yves Robert (screenplay “Un Elephant Ca Trompe Enormement”), Gene Wilder
Actors Gene Wilder, Charles Grodin, Joseph Bologna, Judith Ivey
Awards Won 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination.
Production Company Orion Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex Camera, Zeiss Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 8 mm (airline version), 35 mm