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?
The film features the "Plaza Hotel" which also appears in another Neil Simon
written film Plaza Suite
(1971) where it is that movie's centerpiece setting. See more
When arguing after dinner, Paul comes out of the bedroom, and is standing in front of the matador poster. In next cut, he is in front of the bathroom door. See more
You're almost nearly perfect!
That's a rotten thing to say!
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