Barefoot in the Park

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Released 1967

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Director:
Gene Saks
Released:
1967
Rating:
G
Barefoot in the Park is a 1967 comedy from acclaimed writer Neil Simon and based on Simon's play of the same name. The film stars Robert Redford and Jane Fonda in a story about two young newlyweds living in a tiny Greenwich Village apartment, where they learn the differences in their demeanors may destroy their new marriage. Redford plays Paul Bratter, a career-minded young attorney who lives a cautious and sensible life. Fonda plays his new wife, Corie, who seems the exact opposite of mild-mannered Paul. Corie is an adventurous, free spirit, who loves seeking out new experiences and living every day to the fullest. One day, Corie asks Paul to run barefoot through the park with her. Paul refuses because it's cold. This small incident stays with Corie, who fears she can't stay married to such a stick in the mud. Barefoot in the Park is a funny look at one couple's quest for happiness, as they try to reconcile their differences for the sake of their young love.moreless

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Comedy, Drama

Themes

Love & Romance, Romantic Comedy