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Other Woman, The(1983)

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  • The Other Woman

    • Linda
    • 9/30/16

    Sorry, I didn't rate it, 5 stars I give it!

  • The Other Woman

    • Linda
    • 9/30/16

    I watched this movie a long time ago, and have it copied from the TV. I love it. Tho, I am wearing out the vhs tape, I cannot find it anywhere, and definitely not on DVD.Anyway, the movie is great. Story of 2 people considered, almost over the hill, find love. And because he is married, they split up, so that she doesn't break a marriage, like it was done to her. He married a second time, thinking he was in love, but found that they had nothing in common, and he was not happy. He is ready to retire, and sit back, and his new wife, has a career just taking off. So, he meets a woman, and they talk, find that they have a lot in common, and end up in an affair. Finally she cannot continue in the affair, and breaks it off. She tells him to be himself with his wife, that she will love him for it. Being himself, caused his new wife to be bored, and turn to another man.They meet outside at something like an amphitheater, and talk. She says she has found someone else, and he says the same, at the same time. They laugh. They agree it is over, and better for both of them to divorce.He then goes in search of his * Other Woman* to see if she still wants him. She does, and they walk into the house, laughing.At one time she says she is not cut out for this, she is playing Withering Heights, and everyone else is playing body heat. I can relate to this concept, today more than back then.This is a great movie, a must see, especially for those of us, that needs affirmation, that even when older, you can still find romance.Enjoy,Linda

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