HUSBANDS AND WIVES, written and directed by Woody Allen, is a tale of two married couples confronted with change who are forced to review and re-evaluate universal questions about marriage, friendship, fidelity, romance, trust and love.
As he has in many of his previous films, Allen blends his comedic and dramatic styles in HUSBANDS AND WIVES. The film explores with irony and humor themes Allen has been concerned with over the years -- contemporary relationships, commitment, change and resistance to change, disruption and regeneration, and the many facets and complexities of the human heart.
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