Shoot the Moon | 1982
George and Faith's marriage is disinigrating after fifteen years, four daughters and a converted farmhouse together. Despite the seemingly happy domestic picture, George feels empty and begins an affair. Faith eventually follows suit and takes up with the contractor rebuiling the family tennis court. When George discovers his wife's affair, he becomes irrational. He wants to live with his mistress, but he doesn't want his wife sleeping with other men. Meanwhile, his daughters now detest him.