Prudence and the Pill
Prudence and the Pill is a 1968 comedy. Deborah Kerr and David Niven star with a large supporting cast. The movie pokes fun at the sexual revolution of the 1960s. The plot involves five couples who are trying to avoid pregnancy by using the pill. Niven stars as London banker Gerald Hardcastle. Kerr plays his wife Prudence. They are unhappily married and sleep in separate bedrooms. Gerald has a French mistress, and Prudence is having an affair with her doctor. The other couples in the film include a maid and chauffeur, a husband and wife and a young woman and her boyfriend.