Harold And Maude

Harold And Maude
Harold And Maude

Year

1971

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

A very different kind of romantic comedy. Harold and Maude are both obsessed with funerals, but the difference between them is that depressed Harold is a young man barely out of his teens, and the fearless Maude is 79. Despite the sizeable age gap between them, the pair soon find they have a lot in common, and plenty to learn from one another too. Harold and Maude often strays - fairly gleefully - into tasteless territory, although at the bottom of it all is a message about the differences between people not being as important as what they have in common that's both sweet and strangely old-fashioned.

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Contains dangerous stunts and mature themes.

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