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Minnie and Moskowitz (1971)
Starring: Seymour Cassel, Gena Rowlands
Director: John Cassavetes
Category: Comedy, Drama, Independent
Studio: Anchor Bay
115 mins



"The best, most charming and funniest home movie ever made!" - Wanda Hale New York Daily News

Museum curator Minnie Moore (Gena Rowlands) becomes disillusioned with her current relationship with her married boyfriend. She decides to break up with him and nearly gives up all hope of ever discovering a meaningful relationship with anyone she truly loves, until she meets crazy parking lot attendant Seymour Moskowitz (Seymoor Cassel). As their relationship blossoms, Minnie begins to learn that there is hope for love and romance in a desperate world. This human, funny and earnestly real story is one of Cassavetes' most likable films