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Moment to Moment

  • Drama
  • Thriller
  • 1966
  • Mervyn LeRoy
  • 107 mins
  • PG

Summary

Romantic melodrama of an unfaithful wife who thinks she has killed her lover. He is only stunned and, suffering from amnesia, consults her psychiatrist husband.

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Review

A star rating of 2 out of 5.

A psychiatrist's wife, left alone on the French Riviera during her husband's frequent absences, becomes involved with a young officer who is later shot and left for dead. The result is a ludicrous brew of adultery and attempted murder, directed by Mervyn LeRoy, dressed by Yves Saint-Laurent and photographed by Harry Stradling. Alas, the overlay of gloss and glamour fails to disguise the dreadful script or the inert performances from Jean Seberg (the wife), Sean Garrison (the lover) and Arthur Hill (the cuckolded husband). Only Honor Blackman, as Seberg's helpful neighbour, breathes life into the proceedings. The movie did, however, spawn a hit with its title song, and may have some slight appeal to fans of women's magazines.

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Credits

Cast

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Kay StantonJean Seberg
Daphne FieldsHonor Blackman
Mark DominicSean Garrison
Neil StantonArthur Hill
Timmy StantonPeter Robbins
Edward DeFargoGrégoire Aslan
Mr SingerDonald Woods
HendricksWalter Reed

Crew

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DirectorMervyn LeRoy

Details

Theatrical distributor
Rank Film Dists Ltd
Released on
1966-02-04
Languages
English | French
Formats
Colour
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