An Unmarried Woman | Chicago Reader

An Unmarried Woman

Paul Mazursky's forced and hollow examination of a woman's “awakening” is a setup job from start to finish, as Jill Clayburgh swaps her unbelievably creepy husband (Michael Murphy) for an unbelievably charming artist (Alan Bates) and somehow manages to Find Herself in the process. A New York movie with a California soul—superficially gritty but soft in the center, in a silly est sort of way. With Cliff Gorman, Pat Quinn, and Kelly Bishop (1978). R, 124 min.

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