The Way We Were

  • 1973
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Romance

La Babs with a blondish Afro spouting leftist rhetoric? Just call her Harpo Marxist. Here we have an engrossing, if occasionally ludicrous, hit tearjerker with Pollack, Streisand, and Redford doing a good job of bringing Arthur Laurents' script to the screen. It's a great campy romance and it does tell us something about the way we were from the 30s through...read more

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The Way We Were
01:37 — Two desperate people have a wonderful romance, but their political views and convictions drive them apart.
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  • Released: 1973
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: La Babs with a blondish Afro spouting leftist rhetoric? Just call her Harpo Marxist. Here we have an engrossing, if occasionally ludicrous, hit tearjerker with Pollack, Streisand, and Redford doing a good job of bringing Arthur Laurents' script to the scre… (more)

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