When a deported gangster dies in Italy, the U.S. Treasury Department is very interested in the one million dollars Madigan owed the government, but managed to take to Italy with him. They ... See full summary »
It's the morning after John and Mary's first sexual encounter with each other, which took place in his New York City loft apartment. They had only met for the first time the previous evening at a crowded trendy pick-up bar. They are both uncomfortable with the situation but don't want to show that discomfort to the other. They both realize that they don't know anything substantial about the other - including not even knowing each other's name - as each tries through whatever secret means to find out with who he/she just slept. As they slowly find out more about the other, they inject their own perception into the information, which is sometimes not quite reality. Over the next few hours, they, together and individually, will try to determine if there is any potential future for them, which includes their thoughts about the current most significant other in their respective lives, one who is more significant than the other, and their feelings about what they think the other person is ...Written by
The original novel is set in London and features exclusively British characters. The first several versions of the screenplay by John Mortimer retained these settings and characters, but Peter Yates was unable to set it up as a British film, and so the script was rewritten for New York characters and settings. However, Mortimer was kept on for these rewrites; it was his only screenplay for an American-made film. See more »
The great thing is, if men can cook at all, women think it's wonderful.
Well, it is.
No, it's not. It's really a legend. Like sex and black men.
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