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as Frank Harmon
as Edith Alice Breezerman ('Breezy')
as Bob Henderson
as Betty Tobin
as Paula Harmon
as Man In Car
as Overnight Date
as Police Officer
as Maitre d'
as Real Estate Agent
as Paula's Escort
as Dress Customer
as Sir Love-a-Lot
Critic Reviews for Breezy
This Manic Pixie Dream Girl prototype is like a puppy, unruly but adoring and adorable, as well as clothing-resistant. The May-December "now romance" was poorly received then, and today is pretty much unwatchable.
What's remarkable about the film is that the love story never feels offensive, exploitative, or icky; instead, it's intelligent, believable, and sympathetic.
Looks like some remnant from the hippie days. But what a surprise to see that Breezy is really quite touching and even delightful.
A bit of low-key captivation, specifically Californian yet curiously Gallic
Audience Reviews for Breezy
Meandering age crisis drama mixed with a May-December romance and some 70's flower child preaching thrown in. In other words a muddled viewing experience.
A sweet breezy romance between a 20 year old hippie and a 55 year old divorcee directed by Clint Eastwood. Kay Lenz plays the cute, easy-going, drifter with a loving sunshiny attitude toward the world. William Holden plays the bitter, cynical, un-trusting, real estate agent who has convinced himself he likes being alone. At times the dialog gets a bit sappy, but overall I liked the issues the movie dealt with, and some of the conversations. It's just a small movie with believable performances and admittedly some uncomfortable moments because of the age difference of the leads.
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