Die Kunst zu lieben (1971)59K
Die Kunst zu lieben: Directed by Mike Nichols. With Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen, Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margret. Chronicling the lifelong sexual development of two men who meet and become friends in college.
“u0026quot;Carnal Knowledgeu0026quot; (1971) directed by Mike Nichols with Jack Nicholson, Art Garfunkel, Candice Bergen, Ann-Margret in an Oscar nominated performance as a sex kitten who wants to marry Nicholsonu0026#39;s Jonathan, and Carol Kane and Rita Moreno in the small roles is one of the movies that made 70s so memorable. It is also the movie that keeps reminding me why I love Jack Nicholson of his early years and how grand he was without his u0026quot;Jacknessu0026quot; which he has developed during all these years. Sandy (Garfunkel) and Jonathan are two college friends and like every straight young (and not too young) man in the world they are obsessed by girls and move from one relationship to another in the course of almost thirty years. Nichols and Jules Feiffer who wrote the play and later adapted it for the screen let us look inside the minds and souls of two educated upper-middle class white males and to learn their very intimate thoughts and secrets concerning their plentiful dysfunctional and joyless affairs and it is not a pretty picture – u0026quot;Boys begin life not liking girls, later they donu0026#39;t change, they just get horny.u0026quot; The film is honest, uncomfortable, u0026quot;very slick, very cleveru0026quot;.”