|1.||Harold and Maude|
A cliche used to describe a couple in which one partner is significantly older than the other.
Taken from the title of a cult movie (1971, Hal Ashby) starring Bud Cort and Ruth Gordon. Intergenerational love affair between a 20 and 79 year old, culminating in an important life lesson. Has an excellent Cat Stevens soundtrack and stellar photographic/cinematic effects given the technology of the time. For many, the closing sequence (last 15 minutes) of the film qualifies as one of the best endings in modern film.
|2.||Harold and Maude|
The best love story ever. Period.
With the greatest soundtrack ever as well.
You know it's true.
Even Andy Warhol admitting to blubbering at the end of Harold and Maude.