Breezy (1973)

8.0 / Rated by 1 people

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108 min.
Plot  The first scene begins with a young couple awakening in bed, after a one-night stand. An older teen, Edith Alice “Breezy” Breezerman (Kay Lenz) hops out of bed, gets dressed, and steps into the daylight. Breezy lost her parents years before in an auto accident, and lives as a homeless free-spirited hippie in California.

That same morning, Frank Harmon (William Holden) is bidding farewell to his overnight guest, a very beautiful blonde that openly shows interest in him. He is only humoring her as she leaves, and the audience gets the first sense of how detached he is emotionally. Middle-aged, divorced and wealthy from his work in real estate, Frank lacks for nothing material. His beautiful post-modern home is the setting for much of the movie.

After escaping a bad hitchhiked ride with an unstable stranger, Breezy loiters near Frank's home, and runs to him as he leaves for work. She invites herself into his car and happily insists that he give her a ride to her destinat...
  

Director(s)

Cast

William Holden
Frank Harmon
Kay Lenz
Edith Alice 'Breezy' Breezerman
Joan Hotchkis
Paula Harmon
Richard Bull
Doctor
Clint Eastwood
Man in Crowd on Pier (uncredited)

Others

All Titles

Breezy
English Original Title

Release Dates

Country

United States

Language

English

Updates

Sakuragi rated Breezy (1973) with 8.0 stars / 04.07.2020



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