John and Mary is a romantic drama released in 1969 by Debrod Production Company and directed by Peter Yates. The movie centers on the relationship between John (Dustin Hoffman) and Mary (Mia Farrow) when they meet in a singles bar and end up spending the night together. The real drama begins the morning after, when they attempt to discover whether they belong together or if their night of passion was merely a one night stand. The action revolves primarily around John's apartment, as the two chat over meals and begin to unravel each other's lives and personalities. There are regular flashbacks to their failed relationships from the past. There is also the supporting cast of Sunny Griffin (Ruth), who plays John's former mistress and Michael Tolan (James) who plays a Congressman with whom Mary had an affair. John and Mary provides laughs and drama as two
dysfunctional people find out whether or not true love is possible for them.