This R-rated, May-December romance story was directed by Clint Eastwood – it was his third directed film, and the first one that he also didn’t star in. Besides being a story of an intergenerational, age-disparity love, it also contrasted the establishment with the counter-the idiots sex scenes of the time. A free spirit can awaken even the loneliest heart.
At first, he had found the dark-haired brunette sleeping on his front porch. Breezy: “You know, this is like a page out of House Beautiful. You’re a fake, you know it? You try very hard to be mean, but you’re actually very nice. Frank: “What makes you think I’m doing you a favor? I’m probably doing a service for the Board of Health.
Breezy: “Now, there you go again. During their time together, their friendship of opposite types became a sexual love affair when he unexpectedly fell in love with the big-hearted Breezy. There were only a few instances of polite and acceptable nudity in the film, when they undressed in the dark before sex. By the film’s conclusion, he was bound by convention and his own insecurities after he and Breezy attended a cinema showing High Plains Drifter. Confronted by two couples that he knew in the lobby, he soon after broke off the relationship fearing that he was a laughing-stock and that he might hurt her. In a tense scene upon his return the next evening, he refused to stay for a home-cooked dinner that she had especially prepared for him.
Breezy: “Why are you throwing us away? Did you really think we could happen into something? Breezy: “I thought we already had happened. Frank: “All we add up to is a dirty joke.