Paul Bratter, a conservative young lawyer, marries a vivacious young woman, Corrie. Their highly passionate relationship descends into comical discord in a five-flight New York City walk-up apartment. Written by
Broadway's barest, rarest, unsquarest love play
Did You Know?
When actor Robert Redford
was offered the lead male role in the film, he was surprised. Redford had played the part on Broadway and did not like the idea of repeating himself. Redford believed that it was standard practice for players in Broadway productions to not be considered for parts they had created on the stage for the Hollywood movie version. However, Redford decided to do the film. See more
When Corie is eating dinner and drinking milk, the amount of milk in the glass changes. See more
You don't just dive into a black salad. You have to play with it first!
Referenced in Kate & Leopold