Scenes From A Mall

Bette Midler and Woody Allen team up for an insightful, funny look at the state of marriage in the '90s, courtesy of director Paul Mazursky. On their 16th wedding anniversary, a psychologist and sports attorney take a trip through a Beverly Hills mall and discover that their relationship isn't as solid as they thought. With Bill Irwin and Kamar, the discount magician.

Year: 1991
Genre: Comedy
Country: USA
Director: Paul Mazursky
Starring: Bette Midler, Woody Allen, Bill Irwin, Paul Mazursky
Duration: 84 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains coarse language.
Location in store: Comedy



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