Glasgow Film Festival 2019

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A New Leaf A New Leaf
A New Leaf and Ishtar
The Heartbreak Kid (Country: US; Year: 1969; Director: Elaine May; Stars: Charles Grodin, Cybill Shepherd, Jeannie Berlin, Eddie Albert)
Lenny has just married Lila. On the long journey from New York to their honeymoon destination of Miami Beach, he discovers that he finds every little thing about her unbearable. Then he glimpses the tall, blonde and beautiful Kelly and it quickly becomes clear that he is about to make a fool of himself.
Ishtar (Country: US; Year: 1987; Director: Elaine May; Stars: Warren Beatty, Dustin Hoffman, Isabelle Adjani)
When a songwriting duo with delusions of grandeur are booked to appear at a hotel in Marrakech, they stumble into a hotbed of murky political intrigue involving the CIA and a mysterious femme fatale.
Mikey And Nicky (Country: US; Year: 1976; Director: Elaine May; Writer: Elaine May; Stars: Peter Falk, John Cassavetes, Ned Beatty, Rose Arrick, Carol Grace, William Hickey, Sanford Meisner, Joyce Van Patten, M. Emmet Walsh, Sy Travers, Peter R. Scoppa)
A man is torn between his long-term friendship and simmering hatred.
A New Leaf (Country: US; Year: 1971; Director: Elaine May; Stars: Elaine May, Walter Matthau, Jack Weston)
A a wealthy, spendthrift New York bachelor facing the nightmare prospect of being poor decides that he needs a quick wedding to a wealthy bride, but where could he find someone so gullible and trusting?
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