A lot of unfortunate 80s womenswear in this film, but most of the menswear wouldn't look out of place today.
End movie spoilers ahead.
|Michael Caine: Always a winner.|
|Shirt, tie, polo, elbow patches.|
|The fur is a little too pimpin' for me, but her toggle coat could be worn today.|
|The anxiety of the man in the booth.|
|Would love to know the story behind this shirt.|
|"I want so badly to kiss her."|
|Grief and herringbone.|
|Mia Farrow doing the menswear thing. Michael Caine looking guilty|
in a comfortable sweater.
|This time with less accessories.|
|Anxious in a V-neck.|
|Neurotic in a crew neck.|
|Those poor sleeves.|
|Dark plaid, bold tie.|
|Comfy cable knit sweater.|
|A happy ending.|
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