The Way We Were | Chicago Reader

The Way We Were

A film about marriage that works reasonably well as a star vehicle for Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand, but fails resoundingly as the caustic social comment director Sydney Pollack and writer Arthur Laurents obviously intended (1973). Streisand acts up a storm in a part that calls for rigidity and a lack of humor; Redford appears to be doing less, but steals scene after scene from her through pure skill and assurance. A for effort; C for execution. With Bradford Dillman, Murray Hamilton, Patrick O'Neal, and Viveca Lindfors.


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