Johnny on his release from his jail joins the restaurant where Frankie works. Johnny discovered his talent for cooking when in jail. Love at first sight bites Johnny on seeing Frankie. He makes direct attempts to get her heart. But deep a wound in Frankie's heart would not let her give her heart to Johnny. Johnny's divorced wife and kids have moved to a new world of a different person. Frankie opens up her tragic story and Johnny promises to be with her in difficult times. Written by
Thejus Joseph Jose
You never choose love. Love chooses you.
Did You Know?
This movie version of the stage production "opened up the play to include all the characters and locations mentioned in the stage version" according to the book "It's a Hit! - The Back Stage Book of Longest-Running Broadway Shows: 1884 to the Present" (1994). See more
When Bobby, Tim and Frankie are together in Frankie's apartment for the first time in the film, Frankie and Tim are talking in her kitchen area. Stuck to the lower edge of a cabinet is a newspaper comic strip with a take-out menu tacked below it. The menu switches to a bumper-sticker between shots. See more
Tino! Who do ya gotta fuck to get a waffle here?
[Tino points at himself, Cora looks at a customer
Forget the waffle!
References Yankee Doodle Dandy
FRANKIE AND JOHNNY (A MAN AND A WOMAN)
Performed and Written by Terence Trent D'Arby
Terence Trent D'Arby performs courtesy of Sony Music (U.K.) See more