Narrated by Burgess Meredith, this drama chronicles the confusion of a young woman who has difficulty deciding whether she wants to stay married or have her freedom. The trouble begins soon after the optimistic woman marries her true love. She gets pregnant, but miscarries. The devastated couple separates. Her husband does not want a divorce, but she doesn’t seem to care. On her own, she has a series of disappointing affairs.
John Korty (born July 22, 1936) is an American film director and animator, best known for the television film The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and the documentary Who Are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids?, as well as the theatrical animated feature Twice Upon a Time. He has won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature (for Who Are the DeBolts?) and several other major awards. He is described by the film critic Leonard Maltin as “a principled filmmaker who has worked both outside and within the mainstream, attempting to find projects that support his humanistic beliefs”.
Born in Lafayette, Indiana, he began making amateur films while still in his teens. He took a liberal arts education at Antioch College in Ohio and obtained work as an animator for television commercials while still in school. He graduated in 1959. In a 1963 article he wrote for the Bolex Reporter he notes that he first took an interest in animation during his second year at Antioch… read more
"The next morning, Henry woke up early, felt restless, wanted to do something, but didn't know what." A brilliant film about US. Sorry about the horrible synopsis, which I believe I submitted. The synopsis should really just read "See it i you can. Now!"