The third of Joan Micklin Silver’s criminally under-seen features includes one of Grahame’s final screen performances as an eccentric matron given to sudden outbursts and occasional gusts of affection. The mood of the rest of Chilly Scenes of Winter, which took three years to find a theatrical release in its current version, is gentler and more melancholic: a dissatisfied Salt Lake City civil servant (John Heard) goes to desperate, threatening lengths in his attempts to recover the love of his life (Mary Beth Hurt) after she returns to her husband. It’s a tonally deft, sensitive, and wise movie that launched the careers of its two stars, even as it set the closing note for Grahame’s.