Interiors (1978) – IMDb


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The story of a very dysfunctional family and what happens when the parents divorce. Eve (Geraldine Page) and Arthur (EG Marshall) are a 60-something couple, recently separated. They have three adult daughters – Renata (Diane Keaton), Joey (Mary Beth Hurt) and Flyn (Kristin Griffith). Renata is a poet and is married to Frederick (Richard Jordan). Joey is (reluctantly) in advertising and is married to Mike (Sam Waterston). Flyn is a film and TV actress. Eve is an incredibly negative woman and this has had a toxic effect on her children. This results in stifling, unsupportive relationships and joyless lives.
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Trivia

The picture has no music score except for brief excerpts of background music. See more »


Goofs

In the church, Eve knocks over a table of candles and broken glass is heard as they clatter to the floor. But as she leaves, there’s not one candle on the ground. See more »


Quotes

Eve:
[spoken to Joey with tense emotion]
Will you please not breathe so hard?

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Crazy Credits

Casting director Juliet Taylor’s name is spelled Juilet Taylor in the credits. See more »


Connections

Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Atomic Brain (1993)

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Soundtracks

Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now
(1932)
Written by Fats Waller (uncredited) & Andy Razaf (uncredited)
Performed by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (as Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
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Release Date:

6 October 1978 (Canada)

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Box Office

Budget:

$10,000,000
(estimated)

Gross USA:

$10,432,366

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$10,432,366


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1.85 : 1

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