Richard Brooks’s adaptation of Judith Rossner’s notorious best-seller, inspired by the 1973 murder of Roseann Quinn, initially caused quite a stir. A world away from the same year’s Annie Hall, Diane Keaton plays a bar-hopping schoolteacher in this dark story of intimacy and isolation, which became a pop-cultural touchstone amidst a changing climate in sexual mores. A long-overdue Academy Award nomination came to Tuesday Weld for her supporting role as the daddy’s-favorite sister, in a cast that also features breakthrough performances by Richard Gere and Tom Berenger.