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Faces is a film about the brutal collapse of a marriage, made by the American actor and director John Cassavetes - a pioneer of independent movies, whose films had a completely different approach from mainstream Hollywood. The scenes are often rough and rambling, aiming to approximate the way real life works. But does that actually get nearer to the truth - or in the end is it just a different style of film, as artificial in its way as any other? As well as being a powerful story in its own right, Faces is a fascinating example of the art of movie-making.
Screwball comedy in which a happily married couple begin to suspect each other of being unfaithful, and start divorce proceedings.
11+ years 87 mins
Brilliantly observed and cruelly amusing drama about the children of a couple going through a bitter divorce in 1970s New York
16+ years 77 mins
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