Sunday Lovers is a 1980 internationally co-produced romantic comedy film directed by Bryan Forbes, Gene Wilder, Dino Risi and Edouard Molinaro. It starred Roger Moore, Gene Wilder, Priscilla Barnes, Lynn Redgrave, Denholm Elliott and Kathleen Quinlan. It is split into four segments, each from a different country (England, France, USA and Italy).
The film is notable for its use of sepia tones and slow wide angle shots to build a sense of impending dread. It was released in Italy in October 1980 and in America in early 1981 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and United Artists. It was one of the last combined U.S.-European production made for general release, and featured final screen appearances from Sylvia Koscina and Lino Ventura
Roger Moore ... Harry Lindon (segment "An Englishman's Home")
Lino Ventura ... François Quérole (segment "The French Method")
Priscilla Barnes ... Donna (segment "An Englishman's Home")
Gene Wilder ... Skippy (segment "Skippy")
Lynn Redgrave ... Lady Davina (segment "An Englishman's Home")