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Carnal Knowledge

Carnal Knowledge ★★★ 1971 (R)

Carnal knowledge of the me generation. Three decades in the sex-saturated lives of college buddies Nicholson and Garfunkel, chronicled through girlfriends, affairs, and marriages. Controversial upon release, it's not a flattering anatomy of Ychromosome carriers. Originally written as a play. Kane's debut. 96m/C VHS, DVD . Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen, Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margret, Rita Moreno, Carol Kane; D: Mike Nichols; W: Jules Feiffer; C: Giuseppe Rotunno. Golden Globes '72: Support. Actress (Ann-Margret).

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