The Subject Was Roses1968

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The Subject Was Roses
Directed by:
Ulu Grosbard

Directed by Ulu Grosbard, "The Subject Was Roses" (also known as "Rosen für die Lady", "Signora amava le rose, La") is a Drama film, released on October 13 of 1968 in the USA , starring Patricia Neal, Jack Albertson, Martin Sheen, Don Saxon and Grant Gordon.

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Who is the director of "The Subject Was Roses":

The Subject Was Roses was directed by Ulu Grosbard, a Belgian director, and producer.

Since The Subject Was Roses, Ulu Grosbard directed Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?, released in 1971, Straight Time (1978), True Confessions (1981), Falling in Love (1984), Georgia (1995), and The Deep End of the Ocean (1999).

What was the release date of "The Subject Was Roses":

The Subject Was Roses was initially released on Sunday, October 13, 1968, in the United States.. This was fifty (50) years ago.

It has been released on Sunday, January 05, 1992 in Germany.

What is the cast of "The Subject Was Roses":

At the casting of The Subject Was Roses we find Patricia Neal, previously seen in Hud (1963) and Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961); Jack Albertson (How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life (1968), The Flim-Flam Man (1967)); Martin Sheen () [ more... ]

    What is the Storyline of "The Subject Was Roses":

    Returning to his Bronx home following World War II, Timmy Cleary discovers his middle class parents have drifted apart and constantly quarrel at the least provocation. Once closer to his mother Nettie, the young veteran finds himself bonding with his salesman father John, but he tries to remain neutral when intervening in their disputes.

    En route home after a day trip to the family's summer cottage with his father, Timmy purchases a bouquet of roses and suggests John present them to his wife. Nettie [...]

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