Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey on September 25, 1980 · Page 30
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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 30

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Pproduced by Donald L. Schwary. Directed by Robert Redford. Screenplay by Aivin Sargent from novel by Judith Guest. Rated PG. THE CAST Calvin.w.... Donald Sutherland Beth .. ..............Miry Tyler Moore Border.. Judd Mlrsch Conrod Timothy Mutton Jeannine Eliiabeth McGovern Karen Dinah Manor! Laienby ............. Frederic Lehne son and favorite, Buck, was tragically drowned in a boating accident. His younger brother Conrad (Timothy Hutton) somehow survived the accident. Conrad, due to the shock of the accident and his own feelings of guilt about living while his brother died, became an emotional wreck. Conrad attempted suicide and was taken to a mental institution. He remained there for a month before -he was released. As the film opens, it is evident that he is far from being cured. He has nightmares, difficulty in studying and in coping with old friends and the swim team. HIS DOCTOR at the hospital had recommended he visit a private psychiatrist if his problems per- sisted. 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He is devastated and shocked into another trauma. Dr. Berger's sensitive handling of this new tragedy helps Conrad to deal with it. He is encouraged to ask Jeannine for another date. She eagerly accepts, and this time the date is successful. When his parents return from a trip, Conrad seems much better and makes his first affectionate overture to his mother. She now accepts this, enabling her husband to reassess and reconsider the way they have lived their lives. It makes for a deeply true and utterly devastating climax. Alvin Sargent's screenplay is admirable and the performances by young Hutton, Sutherland (his best in years) and Moore are all remarkable. Also excellent are Hirsch, McGovern, Manoff and Meg Mundy in the brief role of the grandmother. --roWT-'r. f.ll.l IPllBI.-e-asS-eT-BaTW.I--il -I.I.S1 I 1 - JP e-aaa. y.l.n.ni.v.sau .,.,ss.:.i.a.i.si... 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