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Sandy Dennis

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That Cold Day in the ParkThat Cold Day in the Park (1969)
Dir. Robert Altman
Feat. Sandy Dennis
Containing various embryonic Altman trademarks, this early work portrays a neurotic spinster (Sandy Dennis) who ensnares a young man in her…
Out-of-Towners, TheOut-of-Towners, The (1970)
Dir. Arthur Hiller
Feat. Jack Lemmon, Sandy Dennis
Playing on the prejudices of 'ordinary folk' towards the Big Bad City of New York, writer Neil Simon cranks out a series of escalating indignities…
God Told Me ToGod Told Me To (Demon) (1976) Recommended
Dir. Larry Cohen
Feat. Tony Lo Bianco, Deborah Raffin, Sandy Dennis
This notable yet little known 70s horror is typical of cult director Larry Cohen’s better work (Q, IT’S ALIVE) – tightly written, atmospheric…
Four Seasons, TheFour Seasons, The (1981)
Dir. Alan Alda
Feat. Alan Alda, Carol Burnett, Len Cariou
Inspired by the theme and format of SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR, Alda wrote and directed this grown–up comedy in which three wealthy,…
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy DeanCome Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean (1985) Recommended
Dir. Robert Altman
Feat. Sandy Dennis, Cher, Karen Black
The repressed anxieties and memories of five women are triggered when they congregate to celebrate their childhood hero, James Dean. Stunningly…
Another WomanAnother Woman (1988)
Dir. Woody Allen
Feat. Gena Rowlands, Gene Hackman, Ian Holm
Gena Rowlands heads a cast of Woody Allen regulars in this absorbing Bergman–esque portrait of a successful professor who is forced to reflect…
ParentsParents (1989) Aro Favourite
Dir. Bob Balaban
Feat. Randy Quaid, Mary Beth Hurt, Sandy Dennis
Frightening piece of horror kitsch about a boy who suspects his parents are cannibals. Splendid, stylised direction and set design make this a…
Indian Runner, TheIndian Runner, The (1991)
Dir. Sean Penn
Feat. David Morse, Viggo Mortensen, Dennis Hopper
Sean Penn's interesting directing debut is a sly throwback to '70s road movies, even using a Springsteen ditty as the basis for its plot.

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