From 1960, this is one of those films that I saw at an age when I have little insight into what was going on. I've never seen it again. But as with other books and movies from the time that I was 12 or so it formed my ideas of grownup life.
Set in the 1920s Robert Preston plays a guy who's lost his job, has a dissatisfied wife, and two discontent children. Dorothy McQuiire plays the wife and Shirley Knight, his daughter.
It began as a play by William Inge, directed by Elia Kazan. The movie was directed by Delbert Mann. It's on you tube in its entirety. This is the sort of movie that was done well in that era. We seem to have lost the knack in the US at least for telling these stories. I guess they were melodramatic but at least they seemed interested in the lives of ordinary people.