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Film Review for Barefoot in the Park Barefoot in the Park is a quaint little love story made 1967 It starred Jane Fonda and Robert Redford who played two young newlyweds It was directed by the talented Gene Saks with the help of the producer Hal B Wallice The wonderful cinematography was done by a very creative Joseph La Shelle which brought an aspect of the light heartedness to the film I had the pleasure of viewing this film in my film appreciation class on video cassette The theme is a basic truth of life however the plot enhances the thought that love takes hard work but we all need and want it I feel that the director wanted to convey his thoughts on love and its bumps along the road in the whimsical way newlyweds can Although this was a very cute story I found it hard to believe that this couple had even thought of getting married For instance in one scene Cory Bratter Jane Fonda is explaining on how everyone needs love and how she didnt even Know what love was and now after spending six days at the plaza hotel with him now she is full of love This couple seemed to me that sex was their idea of love being that Cory was a complete child unless they were around it or speaking of it However the story does encourage to love through thick and thin which is always a virtue worth remembering Robert Redford who played the role of Paul Bratter Corys husband did an out standing role of playing the straight sensible husband was an uplifting On the contrast I found the character of Cory Bratter exceedingly annoying childish and unconvincing The camera work was sound it brought a attractiveness to the scenes in order to make it more enduring This film was a sanguine romance with a flick of childish stupidity It took place
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