Directed by Elaine May
He’s an insolvent playboy who will do anything to remain idle; she’s a frumpy professor lacking in social graces but flush with wealth. The audience decides which partner is the victim in Elaine May’s Hollywood revamp of the marriage comedy.
Introduced by and followed by a discussion with J. D. Connor, Assistant Professor, History of Art, Yale University.
Presented by the Yale University Art Gallery and the Whitney Humanities Center in connection with the special exhibition Robert Adams: The Place We Live, on view at the Gallery through October 28.
Made possible by the American Studies Program, Davenport College, Films at the Whitney supported by the Barbakow Fund for Innovative Film Programs at the Yale Film Studies Program, ITS Classroom Technology and Event Services, Morse College, Nathaniel W. Gibbons, B.A. 1979, the Photographic Memory Workshop, and the Yale Film Study Center (Courtesy of Paul L. Joskow), and with special support provided by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.