Photo courtesy of Austin Film Society

Writer/director Elaine May’s black romantic comedy stars Walter Matthau as a dissolute playboy in need of funds, who targets an eccentric rich woman in a scheme to marry and kill for money. The woman (played by May herself) is considerably different than he expects. The dialogue is hysterical, the principals are wonderful, and the film is sui generis.

Writer/director Elaine May’s black romantic comedy stars Walter Matthau as a dissolute playboy in need of funds, who targets an eccentric rich woman in a scheme to marry and kill for money. The woman (played by May herself) is considerably different than he expects. The dialogue is hysterical, the principals are wonderful, and the film is sui generis.

Writer/director Elaine May’s black romantic comedy stars Walter Matthau as a dissolute playboy in need of funds, who targets an eccentric rich woman in a scheme to marry and kill for money. The woman (played by May herself) is considerably different than he expects. The dialogue is hysterical, the principals are wonderful, and the film is sui generis.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://austinfilm.org/essential-cinema/film-a-new-leaf

TICKET INFO

$7-$10
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