Reviewed Mar 12, 2012
Leighton Trent’s review:
A sprawling ensemble piece with a societal sharpness for the mid-70's All the pieces of the story come together beautifully and the ending is a tragic, but perfect climax. Terrific performances all around, but Ronee Blakley is especially heartbreaking. The cameos of Elliott Gould and Julie Christie as themselves, are cute as well. Robert Altman always had a way that no other director did in managing such a large scope and cast. His vision was unlike any other.