The Man Who Loved Women (1983)

The Man Who Loved Women (1983)

A Los Angeles playboy renowned for his fast and loose love life runs head on into a mid-life crisis in this uproarious Blake Edwards comedy starring Burt Reynolds and Julie Andrews. David Fowler (Reynolds) has two passions, sculpting and women, and he’s been quite successful in both departments until now.

David finds that his insatiable hunger for women begins to render him socially, artistically, and, finally, sexually impotent. His desperate inner struggle drives him to the couch of an attractive psychiatrist Marianna (Andrews), to whom David reveals everything from his first sexual encounter to his currently disturbing and often hilarious romantic adventures. But can Marianna help David control his roving eye before it’s too late?

The Man Who Loved Women is a 1983 American comedy film directed by Blake Edwards and starring Burt Reynolds, Julie Andrews and Kim Basinger. It is a remake of the 1977 French film L’Homme qui aimait les femmes. It chronicles the affairs of an artist, as told from the perspective of his analyst and eventual lover. She chronicles his obsessive love of women, which leads to his eventual death.

The Man Who Loved Women Movie Poster (1983)

The Man Who Loved Women (1983)

Directed by: Blake Edwards
Starring: Burt Reynolds, Julie Andrews, Kim Basinger, Marilu Henner, Cynthia Sikes, Jennifer Edwards, Sela Ward, Ellen Bauer, Denise Crosby
Screenplay by: Blake Edwards, Milton Wexler
Production Design by: Rodger Maus
Cinematography by: Haskell Wexler
Film Editing by: Ralph E. Winters
Costume Design by: Ann Roth
Music by: Henry Mancini
Distributed by: Columbia Pictures
Release Date: December 16, 1983