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The Man Who Loved Women

David Fowler, a successful sculptor whose fast and loose lovelife slams him head-on into a mid-life crisis when his insatiable hunger for women begins to render him socially, artistically, and sexually impotent. His quest to end his losing streak leads him to the couch of attractive psychiatrist Marianna, to whom David must explain everything to--beginning with his first sexual encounter--in an attempt to regain control of his life.



"When I was discussing my character and things like that, I had many a session asking why this lady would be what she is, what she does, why she eventually succumbs, etc. and seems so unprofessional, and I got some fascinating answers which helped me enormously and justified what I was doing."

Julie Andrews on consulting with her analyst about the role of Marianna



Directed By

The Man Who Loved Women
Blake Edwards
Screenplay By
Blake Edwards, Milton Wexler, Geoffrey Edwards
Music By
Henry Mancini
Release Date/Runtime
16 December 1983 (US)
110 Minutes
Character
Marianna
Cast
 
Julie Andrews, Burt Reynolds, Kim Bassinger, Marilu Henner, Jennifer Edwards
   


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