Arrangement, The - (Original Trailer)
An advertising executive (Kirk Douglas) has a mid-life breakdown in Elia Kazan's The Arrangement (1969).
Arrangement, The (1969) - The Countdown Continues
A couple of minutes into writer, producer and director Elia Kazan's stylized opening, advertising executive Eddie (Kirk Douglas) becomes irrational on an L-A freeway, his wife Florence (Deborah Kerr) in the aftermath, in The Arrangement, 1969, also starring Faye Dunaway.
Arrangement, The (1969) - Is That A Baby?
During his spell of erratic behavior, in New York for the purpose of seeing his ailing father, LA advertising exec Eddie (Kirk Douglas) is more interested in seeing Gwen (Faye Dunaway), his former assistant and lover, whos now in an ill-defined relationship with Charles (John Randolph Jones), in Elia Kazans film from his own novel, The Arrangement, 1969.
Arrangement, The (1969) - Just A Sex Thing
Executive spouse Florence (Deborah Kerr) rages at shrink Liebman (Harold Gould), treating her suicide-survivor husband Eddie (Kirk Douglas), then joins his nightmare-flashback, featuring Gwen (Faye Dunaway), his co-worker and mistress, tricks by director Elia Kazan, in The Arrangement, 1969.
Arrangement, The (1969) - A Local Man Went Berserk
After his failed suicide and a dramatic collapse of his marriage at home, LA advertising exec Eddie (Kirk Douglas) returns to work, resuming his Zephyr cigarette campaign, Elia Kazan with abstract direction, based on his own novel and screenplay, Charles Drake his boss, in The Arrangement, 1969.