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3 Women

3 Women(1977)

Also Known As: Robert Altman's 3 Woman | Three Women |

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Brief Synopsis

Shy, reclusive girl Pinky starts work at a solarium and becomes emotionally attached to her fellow worker, Millie. After an accident, the women seem to inexplicably swap personalities, and then return back to normal. A third woman, a local artist, prowls around on the periphery of the story.

Cast & Crew

Robert Altman Director
Ruth Nelson Pinky'S Mother
John Cromwell Pinky'S Father
Sierra Pecheur Bunweill
Maysie Hoy Hospital Attendant
Belita Moreno Hospital Attendant
Leslie Ann Hudson Hospital Twin
Patricia Ann Hudson Hospital Twin
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MPAA Ratings:  PG Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1977 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Color (DeLuxe) Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Modern Film Effects .....Production Company, Panavision, Ltd. .....Production Company, Deluxe Australia .....Production Company, 20th Century Fox .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor, Criterion Collection .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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    Goetan 2013-05-17

    A surreal, dreamlike film from Altman. Duvall, in a BAFTA-winning performance, & Spacek each give compelling and raw work and Rule is equally powerful... MORE>