On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

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On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Review


Suffering through 129 minutes of Barbra Streisand's absurdly over-the-top performance in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever almost makes you forget the borderline ingenuity of the plot and the subtle smoothness of Yves Montand and Jack Nicholson, who all but steal the show from the in-your-face Babs. (Montand is a hypnotist who falls in love with one of Streisand's past lives -- if that makes any sense at all.) This was Vincente Minnelli's second-to-last film, hardly the highlight of his storied career.


On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

Facts and Figures

Run time: 129 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 17th June 1970

Distributed by: Paramount Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Fresh: 8

IMDB: 6.7 / 10

Cast & Crew

Producer: Howard W. Koch

Starring: as Daisy Gamble, as Dr Marc Chabot, as Dr. Mason Hume, as Warren Pratt, as Dr. Conrad Fuller, as Tad Pringle, as Robert Tentrees, as Mrs. Fitzherbert, as Winnie Wainwhisle, as Prince Regent, Peter Crowcroft as Divorce Attorney, Byron Webster as Prosecuting Attorney, Mabel Albertson as Mrs. Hatch, as Lord Percy, Kermit Murdock as Hoyt III

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