A disturbed young woman - a former for child of the 60's, named Noah lives alone in New York, where she's retreated into her past, yearning for lost innocence., searching for a "safe place." As a child, she met a magician in Central Park who gave her magical objects. She's romantically involved with 2 different men; Fred's practical but dull, and Mitch is dynamic sexy - her ideal fantasy partner, but neither man's able to totally fulfill her needs.
Did You Know?
appeared in this film mainly as a favor to director Henry Jaglom
. Nicholson did the film for no pay, his only demand was that he be given a new color television set. See more
What's this? What's this?
This is my magic box. You've got to be very careful with it.
What does it do?
You put something in it that means something very special to you. And then you make a wish for something you really need to happen. When you need it to happen and not just when you're fooling around wanting something. And then you lock it and you don't open it until that something happens.
Does it work?
Well, of course it works... my magic box. Someone gave it to me.
As the song credits are given at the end, every song is given a vocalist credit except for Fred Astaire for "I'm Old-Fashioned". The song title simply passes without vocalist credit as the rest of the songs are given such a credit. See more
(Vous qui Passez sans me Voir)
Music by Johnny Hess
and Paul Misraki
French lyrics by Charles Trenet
English lyrics by Jack Lawrence
Performed by Charles Trenet
and Buddy Clark See more