About the film
Two for the Seesaw
Release Date: November 21, 1962
|Slogan||:||«A square from Nebraska? An off-beatnik from Greenwich Village? It just didn't figure ... that they would ... that they could ... that they did!»|
|Production Companies||:||Argyle Productions, Seesaw Productions, The Mirisch Company, United Artists|
|Producers||:||Robert Wise, Lynn Stalmaster, Walter Mirisch|
|Writers||:||William Gibson, Isobel Lennart|
Jerry Ryan wanders aimlessly around New York after giving up his Nebraskan law practice. His wife asks for a divorce. He meets Gittel, a struggling dancer from Greenwich Village and they try to sort out their lives. An extended conversation piece with a static camera, but reflects the moral climate of the time.