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Husbands and Wives
- 1h 40m
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A tale of two married couples confronted with change who are forced to re-evaluate universal questions about marriage, fidelity, romance, trust and love. Blending his comedic and dramatic styles, Woody Allen revisits themes from his past films--relationships, commitment, and the complexities of the human heart.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Husbands and Wives is a blistering, emotionally raw snapshot of two marriages self-destructing.
In all respects, this is a full meal, as it deals with the things of life with intelligence, truth...
June 21, 2017
With excellent performances (Davis and Pollack in particular), it's his finest film since Hannah a...
June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Whiny dramedy about marriage has lots of sex, profanity.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Husbands and Wives is a 1992 Woody Allen movie that looks at marriage and frankly discusses adulterous sexual longings, orgasms, impotence, threesomes, lesbian sex, sex with prostitutes, and other intimate details of married life. Adult characters smoke and drink alcohol. A couple is seen, fuzzily and briefly, making love in the dark, and a woman's nipple can be vaguely glimpsed. A man drags his younger girlfriend out of a party and wrestles her, kicking and screaming, into his car. Later he makes her wait in the car while he goes to his ex-wife to plead to be taken back. Couples throw hurtful zingers at each other. Expect to hear "f--k," "s--t," and "a--hole," as well as other salty language. The mature themes and content makes this best for older teens and up.
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- Genre:Drama, Romance, Comedy
- Release Date:September 18, 1992
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD