Just Tell Me What You Want1980
Released on January 18 of 1980 in the USA, "Just Tell Me What You Want" (also known as "Dimmi quello che vuoi!") is a Comedy/Romance film directed by Sidney Lumet , starring Ali MacGraw, Alan King, Myrna Loy, Keenan Wynn, Tony Roberts and Peter Weller.
Anything - and everything - can be a weapon in the war between the sexes.
Who is the director of "Just Tell Me What You Want":
Just Tell Me What You Want was directed by Sidney Lumet, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.
Before directing Just Tell Me What You Want, Sidney Lumet had directed The Wiz, released in 1978, Equus (1977), Network (1976), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), and Lovin' Molly (1974). Since, he directed Prince of the City, released in 1981, Deathtrap (1982), The Verdict (1982), Daniel (1983), Garbo Talks (1984), and Power (1986).
What was the release date of "Just Tell Me What You Want":
Just Tell Me What You Want was initially released on Friday, January 18, 1980, in the United States.. This was thirty-nine (39) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, February 17, 1989 in Germany.
What is the casting of "Just Tell Me What You Want":
At the casting of Just Tell Me What You Want we find Ali MacGraw, previously seen in Convoy (1978) and The Getaway (1972); Alan King (The Anderson Tapes (1971), Bye Bye Braverman (1968)); Myrna Loy (The End (1978), Airport 1975 (1974)) [ more... ]
- Tony Roberts and Paul E. Guskin can also be seen in Serpico, released in 1973.
- John Walter Davis and Peter Weller can also be seen in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, released in 1984.
- Myrna Loy and Keenan Wynn also appeared together in Song of the Thin Man, released in 1947.
What is the Storyline of "Just Tell Me What You Want":
Max Herschel, the married, wealthy, vulgar, egotistical, middle-aged head of a corporate empire, is satisfied with the somewhat casual love/hate relationship he shares with his mistress and protegee, television producer "Bones" Burton, just as it is, but she wants a more serious commitment.
The young woman attempts to extricate herself from the affair -- or perhaps force her lover into taking the next, more permanent step -- by dating an even younger man, off-off-Broadway playwright Steven Routledge. [...]
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