Two for the Road (Stanley Donen, 1967)

January 27, 2015


Viewed through a contemporary prism, one might pithily describe 1967’s Two for the Road as being like the entire Beforetrilogy compacted into one feature, as filtered through the style of the French New Wave. Arriving the same year as the similarly FNW-inspired Bonnie and Clyde, Stanley Donen’s film feels just as potent a tearaway from the fading Hollywood studio system, and arguably a greater upheaval in that it came from someone who thrived in that system for two decades prior (Singin’ in the Rain, Charade)…

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