During production, the film was briefly called "Never Call It Loving" before being re-titled "Some Call It Loving". See more »
[to Robert and Jennifer]
Now we have our music. It would give me such pleasure to see the two of you dance. So if you would, you two dance, and I'll watch.
I don't dance.
You don't dance? Oh, what a pity. Well then we'll dance, and you watch. You do watch, don't you?
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It has been more than a quarter century since I saw this movie. it is not a good movie. It is, however, one of the more bizarre films you will ever see. It has stayed in my memory all these years while other clunkers are gone. Richard Pryor's turn as a wino-philosopher and Zalman King as a jazz musician-prince defy description. And its has a nuns dancing scene with Carol White. Because of the cast and treatment, this truly may be a one of a kind experience.
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