An American flyer who joined the RAF before his country was in the war is recovering from a leg injury in Jerusalem. Through an English friend he meets a quiet Jewish girl whose close-knit family originally came from Spain. The two are attracted to each other but she is convinced their diverse backgrounds mean it could never work; not only is he a gentile, his father is a protestant minister. So though they keep running into each other in the small community, they find themselves just as frequently parting again. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
in a time and a world of impossible love, he would accept nothing less than everything.
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Did You Know?
At the end of the movie, when Tom Hanks' character is in the park interacting with Cristina Marsillach's character, he has his duffel bag with him and leaves the park with it on his way to the plane. When he arrives at the plane boards, he no longer has his duffel bag with him. See more
They took my clothes.
You walked here like that?
I had to see you one last time. I must look...
Adorable. Damn it, why can't you look terrible? I've been out walking the streets trying to convince myself I wasn't in love with you and I come back here and you're barefoot and you're adorable.
Referenced in There's Nothing Out There