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From the terrace

Romantic melodrama about ambitious youth who, following an unhappy marriage, sacrifices career for real love.

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  • "Romantic melodrama about ambitious youth who, following an unhappy marriage, sacrifices career for real love."@en
  • "Paul Newman stars in this intriguing film based on John O'Hara's best-selling novel about a young man whose struggle for success threatens his personal happiness. Having never known his father's love or respect, Alfred Eaton (Newman) sets out to prove himself in the business world. Marrying the 'right' woman (Joanne Woodward), he works unceasingly, but is ultimately confronted with crises and choices that force him to rethink his priorities. Co-starring Myrna Loy, From the terrace is an absorbing tale of ambition, power, and love fueled by sharp dialogue, complex characterisation and keen insight into the human heart."
  • "Having never known his father's love or respect, Alfred Eaton sets out to prove himself in the business world. Marrying the "right' woman, he works unceasingly, but is ultimately confronted with crises and choices that force him to rethink his priorities. An absorbing tale of ambition, power, and love fueled by sharp dialogue, complex xharacterizations and keen insight into the humman heart."
  • "Chronicles the life of a young man whose struggle for success threatens his personal happiness."@en
  • "An epic that looks the emotions that look at the troubled lives of America's upper classes."@en
  • "Chronicles the life of a young man whose father has only enough love for his dead son and nearly ruins his life struggling to prove to his father that he can be more successful."@en
  • ""Alfred Eaton [is] the son of a Pennsylvania steel mill owner who returns from the war to a troubled home front. His father has never recovered from the childhood death of Alfred's older brother, and as a result has become emotionally removed from his surviving son and wife. Mrs. Eaton turns to alcohol and to an extramarital affair for comfort, while Alfred escapes to New York in hopes of making a name for himself in business. He marries the beautiful Mary St. John and founds an airplane manufacturing firm with a wealthy friend, but his future changes forever when he saves a small boy from drowning.The boy's grandfather, a Wall Street banker, rewards Alfred with a job in his firm, and there Alfred gets on the fast track to success, sacrificing his home life to get ahead. When Mary turns to an old flame for the attention she isn't getting at home, Alfred begins an affair with a beautiful young woman who teaches him the true value of love and life"--DVD sleeve."
  • "Having never known his father's love or respect, Alfred Eaton sets out to prove himself in the business world. Marrying the right woman, he works unceasingly, but is ultimately confronted with crises and choices that force him to rethink his priorities."@en

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  • "Features."
  • "Drama."
  • "Drama."@en
  • "Fiction films."@en
  • "Feature films."@en
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  • "Films for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Drama"
  • "Film adaptations."@en

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  • "From the terrace /"
  • "From the terrace"@en
  • "From the terrace"
  • "Du haut de la terrasse :"