Two for the Road

"OK"

Two for the Road Review


This bittersweet Audrey Hepburn flick can hardly be described as a classic, but it's a fun road trip nonetheless. The film tells the story of a couple (Hepburn and Albert Finney), together 12 years and facing a relationship crisis. They figure out what went wrong be reminiscing about a decade of trips together -- including the one on which they met and a hilarious one that includes an abrasive family of three. It's not high comedy, nor is it a brilliant drama, but both genres get their due. Watch for the car fire scene, especially.


Facts and Figures

Run time: 111 mins

In Theaters: Thursday 27th April 1967

Distributed by: Fox

Production compaines: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 77%
Fresh: 10 Rotten: 3

IMDB: 7.6 / 10

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Starring: as Joanna Wallace, as Mark Wallace, Georges Descrières as David, as Maurice Dalbret, Nadia Gray as Françoise Dalbret, as Jackie, as Cathy Manchester, as Howard Manchester, Gabrielle Middleton as Ruth Manchester, Judy Cornwell as Pat, Irène Hilda as Yvonne de Florac, Dominique Joos as Sylvia Obino, Olga Georges-Picot as Joanna's Touring-Friend, Clarissa Hillel as Joanna's Touring-Friend


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