Rachel, Rachel
Rachel, Rachel (1968)

In this melodrama, Rachel Cameron is a 35-year-old unmarried schoolteacher who feels as though she's wasted her life. Rachel's best friend invites her to attend a religious revival meeting. This is the first of several cathartic… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: August 26, 1968
DVD Release Date: April 28, 2009
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Critic Score: 86% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Woodward carries everything with her faultless performance.

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Emanuel Levy

Well-directed by Paul Newman, the film chronicles the ordinary life of its unsung heroine, a small-town spinsterish teacher, beautifully played by Joanne Woodward.

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Steve Crum

Fine acting all around (Joanne Woodward especially), and sensitive Paul Newman direction.

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Flixster Audience Score: 77% Flixster User Reviews
Pierluigi Puccini
A bit flawed by the excess of flashbacks and oniric sequences. Nevertheless, amazing performance by Mrs. Newman
Devon Bott
Paul Newman directs this at times great film about an old spinster school teacher who lives above a funeral parlor with her elderly mother. Well, the terms… More
Greg S
Joanne Woodward stars a Rachel, a timid and sexually frustrated 35-year old schoolteacher who's desperate for a change in her life; a summer fling throws… More
jay nixon
Joanne Woodward is exceedingly fine here, the picture is slow paced but worthwhile for the superior acting. An interesting story of a repressed woman emerging… More
♥Robyn M♥
found this movie slow moving and postively boring~!!!!!
Byron Brubaker
Newman directed his wife Joanne Woodward. From Newman's biography that I read, Paul Newman: A Life, I learned that the two of them agreed she was the… More