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The Family Way


  1. Directed by: Roy Boulting
    John Boulting
  2. Produced by: Roy Boulting
    John Boulting
  3. Written by: Bill Naughton
    Roy Boulting
    Jeffrey Dell
  4. Music by: Paul McCarthney
  5. Cinematography by: Harry Waxman
  6. Editing by: Ernest Hosler
  7. Release Date: 1966
  8. Running Time: 115
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

It's one thing to save yourself for marriage, but what if you and your partner still don't have any sex after the wedding? That is the question explored by this poignant, funny, bittersweet look at newlywed woes in 1960s Britain starring a grown-up Hayley Mills, but what makes the film truly special is how it shifts its focus partway through to look at the parents of the newlyweds, to suggest how our own relationships can sometimes be influenced by hidden forces in the relationships of others. Based on the play All in Good Time by Bill Naughton, whose Alfie explored the changing sexual mores of the era from a very different angle. - Peter T. Chattaway


  1. Directed by: Roy Boulting
    John Boulting
  2. Produced by: Roy Boulting
    John Boulting
  3. Written by: Bill Naughton
    Roy Boulting
    Jeffrey Dell
  4. Music by: Paul McCarthney
  5. Cinematography by: Harry Waxman
  6. Editing by: Ernest Hosler
  7. Release Date: 1966
  8. Running Time: 115
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

It's one thing to save yourself for marriage, but what if you and your partner still don't have any sex after the wedding? That is the question explored by this poignant, funny, bittersweet look at newlywed woes in 1960s Britain starring a grown-up Hayley Mills, but what makes the film truly special is how it shifts its focus partway through to look at the parents of the newlyweds, to suggest how our own relationships can sometimes be influenced by hidden forces in the relationships of others. Based on the play All in Good Time by Bill Naughton, whose Alfie explored the changing sexual mores of the era from a very different angle. - Peter T. Chattaway

It's one thing to save yourself for marriage, but what if you and your partner still don't have any sex after the wedding? That is the question explored by this poignant, funny, bittersweet look at newlywed woes in 1960s Britain starring a grown-up Hayley Mills, but what makes the film truly special is how it shifts its focus partway through to look at the parents of the newlyweds, to suggest how our own relationships can sometimes be influenced by hidden forces in the relationships of others. Based on the play All in Good Time by Bill Naughton, whose Alfie explored the changing sexual mores of the era from a very different angle. - Peter T. Chattaway


  1. Directed by: Roy Boulting
    John Boulting
  2. Produced by: Roy Boulting
    John Boulting
  3. Written by: Bill Naughton
    Roy Boulting
    Jeffrey Dell
  4. Music by: Paul McCarthney
  5. Cinematography by: Harry Waxman
  6. Editing by: Ernest Hosler
  7. Release Date: 1966
  8. Running Time: 115
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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