Kramer vs Kramer

Kramer vs Kramer
Kramer vs Kramer

Year

1979

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Drama, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Awarded an Oscar for Best Film when it was first released, Kramer Vs Kramer is a powerful and absorbing study of divorce. When Ted and Joanna Kramer separate it is agreed that Ted will take custody of their young son. But when Joanna seeks permanent custody a bitter battle ensues between the two parents - with their child caught in the middle. The movie packs a raw emotional punch which some children with separated parents might find upsetting - but it's a film that's always firmly on the side of the kids.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language and sex references.

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