Directed by Stanley Donen
U.K. | 1967 | 111 minutes
English | PG
One of the great iconic fims of the 1960s by Stanley Donen (Singin' in the Rain, Charade), the gorgeously stylish Two for the Road follows a long-married couple, indeed, incarnated by two great actors at the height of their powers (Albert Finney and Audrey Hepburn) on a road trip through the south of France and a bittersweet journey through their past. This highly influential and groundbreaking film, with a score by Henry Mancini, has a tone unlike that of any other: comic, melancholy, and effervescent throughout as it explores marriage via a quartet of road trips stunningly photographed by Christopher Challis.
(Restored by 20th Century Fox in collaboration with The Film Foundation.)