Postmistress Evie Jackson Page , in New York City for the annual postmasters' convention, knows it would destroy her to ever admit how lonely she is--even to herself. Synopsis Bubbly, middle-aged Evie Jackson Geraldine Page has been single and alone for quite some time. Also staying at the hotel is handsome middle-aged Harry Mork played by Glenn Ford, whom I never paid attention to until I saw this expertly acted film. If You Can't see Video player, Please Disable AdBlock in your browser. I was taken by this mainstream Hollywood film that reflected a very casual attitude towards sex, something that seemed uncharacteristic to my preconceptions of the era.
The film is attuned in other ways. If you believe that the hosting company infringes producer's copyright please let us know:. He offers to buy her a drink and they end up carousing with the postmasters, for whom she is obviously a leading light, and whom she introduces not by name but by city or town. When his path crosses Evie's, she wonders if this is finally the man for her, while her ways just seem to annoy him. Harry is taking his recent promotion from greeting card sales to marketing as a signal to finally grow up and settle down.
Unfortunately, Harry wants to settle down and is set to marry Phyllis Angela Lansbury , a widow with a teenage son. . When she attends a postmasters' convention at a New York City hotel, she meets rakish greeting card salesman Harry Mork Glenn Ford and falls in love. Los Movies provides embed links to other hosting sites on the internet and doesn't host any files itself. In a nod to both plausibility and fairness, some of the hotel employees and convention goers are played by black actors — a preposterously rare occurrence in films of this era. Set Decoration : Howard Bristol, Director of Photography : Russell Harlan, Director : Delbert Mann, Screenplay : Tad Mosel, Art Direction : Joseph C. Synopsis: Bubbly, middle-aged Evie Jackson Geraldine Page has been single and alone for quite some time.
Later that evening, Evie has a close call with a predator at her hotel room door. Vous ne pouvez pas télécharger ou regarder des films en ligne sur ce site. A movie about sex is of course about sexual mores, which are of course about gender roles, which are slippery. Harry, however, soon realizes that Phyllis may not be as excited about the prospect of domestic life as he is. Les marques citées sur cette page sont la propriété de leurs titulaires. Harry, however, soon realizes that Phyllis may not be as excited about the prospect of domestic life as he is. Les spectateurs ont donné une note de quatre sur cinq avec 776 votes.
I have to wonder if Crowther, who was born in 1905, was too old to appreciate Dear Heart. A democratizing impulse runs throughout Dear Heart. Weiner is also correct that Dear Heart is about sex — whether sex is necessarily demeaning without affection, whether infidelity can coexist with a solid marriage, and so on. Patrick, Glenn Ford Harry Mork , Phyllis' Son , Sandra Gould Mrs. Evie is worthy of his white-collar affection — and, sure, worthy of sex too. Sloan , Angela Lansbury Phyllis , Charles Drake Frank Taylor , James O'Rear Marvin , Richard Deacon Mr. Greeting card salesmen, newly promoted to marketing and newly engaged to a widow with a teenaged son, Harry Mork Ford , wants a family.
Cependant, si le contenu informatif sur ce site affecte en aucune façon vos droits, veuillez s'il vous plaît. Nell Beram is coauthor of and a former Atlantic Monthly staff editor. The adult women of Dear Heart have jobs: with the post office, as artists, at the hotel; the exception is Phyllis played with scene-stealing self-interest by Angela Lansbury , whose life seems empty. Le film a été présenté dans le cinéma en. Floozy June has the last laugh when Harry tries to pass her off as his wife to a concierge at a neighboring hotel. Staying at her hotel is a womanising salesman newly promoted to his marketing department and trying to adjust to having become engaged.
Dear Heart understands that people can be particularly judgmental when it comes to women alone. Now, nothing will return to normal until Harry Mork decides whether to settle for love or family. Academy Award winner Geraldine Page stars with Gerald Ford in the sweet, slightly-off-center romance between a lonely, middle-aged postmistress and a salesman who's just become engaged to another woman in Dear Heart. As Glenn Ford tries to change his ways and take responsibility for his meaningless romances in glamorous Manhattan, I found a jumping-off point for the series. When she attends a postmasters' convention at a New York City hotel, she meets rakish greeting card salesman Harry Mork Glenn Ford and falls in love.
The missed romantic connections continue, followed by second chances. With its glib bachelor hero and dowdy, conservative ingénue, it tells a tale of moral corruption and heartbreaking duplicity in the form of a light comedy. At least to start with. Unfortunately, Harry wants to settle down and is set to marry Phyllis Angela Lansbury , a widow with a teenage son. Single and alone, Evie arrives in New York for the annual Postmasters' convention. She runs for the stairs and makes it to the lobby, where she crashes into Harry, just returned from his tryst with June.
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