Faces (1968)

 ●  English ● 2 hrs 10 mins

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An old married man leaves his wife for a younger woman. Shortly after, his ex-wife also begins a relationship with a younger partner. The film follows their struggles to find love amongst each other.
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Did you know? This film was shot in director John Cassavetes's home. Read More
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as Jeannie Rapp
as Richard Forst
as Maria Forst
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actress
as Woman Scattering Coins on Bar
as Billy Mae
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
as Florence
Supporting Actor
as Stella
as Freddie Draper
as Joe Jackson
as Bartender
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
as Louise Draper
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actress
as Barmaid
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actress
as Comedian
as Chet
as Jim McCarthy

Direction

Director
First Assistant Director
Assistant Director

Production

Associate Producer
Production Manager

Distribution

Writers

Screenplay Writer
Story Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Still Photographer
Camera Operator
Gaffer

Music

Music Director

Sound

Sound Designer

Art

Art Director
Set Decorator

Makeup and Hair

Hair Stylist
Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Black & White
Sound Mix:
Mono
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1
Stereoscopy:
No
Filming Locations:
Trivia:
During the filming of Theatre of Stars (1963), John Cassavetes saw Steven Spielberg lurking around the set, as he was then in the habit of doing. Cassavetes approached Spielberg and asked what he wanted to be. When Spielberg replied he wanted to be a director, Cassavetes allowed the young man to direct him for the day. He later invited Spielberg to work on this film with Spielberg serving as an uncredited production assistant on Faces (1968) for two weeks.

Steve Buscemi stated that this is his favourite movie.

This film has reportedly inspired the work of such film directors as Woody Allen and Robert Altman.

This film was shot in director John Cassavetes's home.