Strangers When We Meet

Strangers When We Meet

Strangers When We Meet is a 1960 drama film about two married neighbors who have an affair. The movie was adapted by Evan Hunter from his novel of the same name and directed by Richard Quine. The film stars Kirk Douglas, Kim Novak, Ernie Kovacs, Barbara Rush, and Walter Matthau.


Larry Coe is a Los Angeles architect who is married with two kids. He has a very bright wife, Eve. She is ambitious for him, but he wants to do work more imaginative than the commercial buildings he's been designing. He meets with Roger Altar, an author, to discuss building a house that will be an "experiment" and something Coe wants to do more of, something original.

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    contentLocation Los Angeles
    director Richard Quine
    editor Charles Nelson
    genre drama
    keywords architect building a house hawaii married meet than the
    musicBy George Duning
    producer Richard Quine
    productionCompany Bryna Productions
    publisher Columbia Pictures
    recordedAt Malibu Santa Monica
    theme architecture