A Jewish man and a Jewish woman meet and while attracted to each other, find that their worlds are very different. She is the archtypical Jewish American Princess, very emotionally involved with her parents' world, and the world they have created for her, while he is much less dependent on his family. They begin an affair, which brings more differences to the surface.
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Every father's daughter is a virgin.
Did You Know?
At the dinner table, Julie is told that it is earlier in Columbus, where Harriet is calling from, than where she lives in New York. In fact both cities are in the same Eastern Standard Time Zone. In the book, Harriet is calling from Milwaukee in the Central Time Zone, which is correct. However, when the screenplay changed her location to Columbus, the writer failed to realize this fact and change the dialog or the city. See more
Hey, I meant to ask you. About those pills, don't you have to take them in the morning? Does it make a difference when you take them?
I don't take them.
[drops his soap bar in astonishment
References The Odd Couple
Wives and Lovers
Music by Burt Bacharach
[Instrumental version plays on Ron's stereo] See more