• Director

    Gene Saks

  • With

    Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Herb Edelman

  • USA 1968. 105min

  • Digital

  • Certificate

    PG

Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon prove to be a winning screen pairing as Felix and Oscar, two divorced men who decide to share an apartment, only to discover how incompatible they are. A huge critical and commercial success, it is one of the many collaborations between the two stars, who make the most of Neil Simon’s sparkling Oscar-nominated screenplay.

‘Neil Simon’s brilliant script is filled with sharp, timeless, laugh-out-loud gags, delivered by two of the best film actors there have ever been.’
– Rachel Boxall, BFI Member

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