Scenes from a Mall
|Scenes from a Mall|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Paul Mazursky|
|Produced by||Paul Mazursky|
|Written by||Roger L. Simon
|Music by||Marc Shaiman|
|Edited by||Stuart H. Pappé|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Pictures|
|February 22, 1991|
|Box office||$9,563,393 (USA)|
Scenes from a Mall is a 1991 American comedy film directed by Paul Mazursky, written by Mazursky and Roger L. Simon, and starring Bette Midler and Woody Allen in one of the few films in which he only acted, without directing and/or producing, alongside Play it Again, Sam (1972), The Front (1976), The Sunshine Boys (1996), Antz (1998), Picking up the Pieces (2000) and Fading Gigolo (2013).
Nick (Allen), a sports lawyer, is married to psychotherapist and author Deborah (Midler). After years of being happily married, Nick reveals to Deborah that he has had an affair. She is soon shocked and requests a divorce, but later admits that she herself has been unfaithful.
- Bette Midler – Deborah Fifer
- Woody Allen – Nick Fifer
- Bill Irwin – Mime
- Daren Firestone – Sam
- Rebecca Nickels – Jennifer
- Paul Mazursky – Doctor Hans Clava
- Marc Shaiman – Pianist
- Joan Delaney – Woman interviewer
- Fabio Lanzoni – Handsome Man
- Dealin LaValley – Waiter
The film was not a box office success but did manage to bring back its budget.
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