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Storyline:   "Such Good Friends" is a 1971 comedy-drama film directed by Otto Preminger. Based on the novel by Lois Gould, the film follows the story of Julie Messinger (played by Dyan Cannon), a young wife and mother living in New York City. Julie's life takes an unexpected turn when her husband Richard (played by Laurence Luckinbill) undergoes surgery for a minor ailment and slips into a coma. In Richard's absence, Julie begins to discover shocking and unsettling aspects of her husband's life, including his numerous affairs with other women.

As Julie navigates the complicated dynamics of her relationships, both personal and professional, she becomes increasingly disillusioned with the idealized image of her marriage. She befriends a diverse group of women who have experienced similar challenges in their own relationships, forming an unlikely support network. Amidst the chaos and emotional upheaval, Julie embarks on a journey of self-discovery, questioning societal expectations and reevaluating her own desires and priorities. She learns to confront her own insecurities, assert her independence, and redefine her sense of self. "Such Good Friends" is a witty and satirical exploration of marriage, infidelity, and female empowerment. It delves into the complexities of human relationships and the ways in which societal norms can shape and restrict individuals. With its sharp dialogue, nuanced performances, and dark humor, the film offers a candid and thought-provoking portrayal of the challenges faced by women in the pursuit of personal fulfillment.
Such Good Friends
Year : 1971
Genre : Comedy, Drama
IMDB Rating: 6
Director: Otto Preminger
Top Billing Cast:  Burgess Meredith as Kalman Doris Roberts as Mrs. Gold Dyan Cannon as Julie Ken Howard as Cal

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  1. The original novel written by Lois Gould had a more serious tone compared to the film adaptation, lacking many of the witty and satirical lines that made it into the movie. Recognizing the satirical potential of the premise, Otto Preminger chose to shape the story in that direction.
  2. In a scene where Ken Howard shows Dyan Cannon a nude photo he supposedly took of her, the face belongs to Cannon, but the body belongs to someone else. Due to her discomfort with doing a nude scene, especially under the direction of Otto Preminger, Cannon opted for this creative solution.
  3. Screenwriter "Esther Dale" was actually a pseudonym used by Elaine May. May decided not to be credited under her real name as she wasn't directing the film. However, she was annoyed when director Otto Preminger revealed her true identity during the film's promotion, despite praising her work.
  4. It is rumored that novelist and screenwriter Joan Didion made contributions to the screenplay, which was officially credited to Esther Dale (Elaine May's pseudonym). However, Didion's involvement in the writing remains uncredited.
  5. To familiarize his writers, Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne, with the desired approach for the film, Otto Preminger arranged a screening of "Diary of a Mad Housewife" (1970) at a Paramount screening room. Accompanied by his son Erik Preminger and wife Hope, this viewing helped set the tone for their work on the project.
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