"Quadrangle", Award-Winning Doc About Marriage And Divorce • Discoverology

“Quadrangle”, Award-Winning Doc About Marriage And Divorce

History, Life, Videos

A documentary about two ‘conventional’ couples that swapped partners and lived in a group marriage in the early 70s, hoping to pioneer an alternative to divorce and pave the way for how people would live in the future.

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