Bill Murray takes the lead role of Larry Darrell (played by Tyrone Power in the 1946 original adaptation of Somerset Maugham's tale), an upper-class lad who isn't ready to settle down. Instead, he wants to learn about life, to find the path to salvation. He breaks off his engagement to
Isabel (Catherine Hicks), says farewell to friends Gray (James Keach) and Sophie (Theresa Russell), and sets out on a journey that will take him through the trenches of WW I, the Himalayas of India, and Paris. While not as compelling as its 1946 predecessor (John Byrum's direction is unfocused,
and Murray's acting is somewhere between complex and goofy), this version of The Razor'...