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When Harry Met Sally

1989 American film written by Nora Ephron, and directed by Rob Reiner

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A Quick Tip by DonnaL1

  • Aug 23, 2009
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When Harry Met Sally- I love it today as much as yesteryear! Young at heart and poignant, this film has something for everyone- a classic!
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Written by Nora Ephron and directed by Rob Reiner, it’s the story of two students (played by Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan) who graduate from the University of Chicago and car-pool to New York. The question posed is whether or not men and women can simply be friends. Billy Crystal’s character believes they cannot because sex always gets in the way. Harry’s and Sally’s paths cross several times over the next several years, they each experience break-ups in their romantic lives, and through the sharing of these painful experiences they become friends. Ultimately, they become lovers demonstrating that men and women can be friends and friendship can blossom into love. One of the most famous scenes in the movie is when Harry and Sally are eating in a delicatessen and Sally claims that women fake orgasms and men never know. Harry is incredulous and then Sally acts out an orgasm generating stares from the other diners. A woman (played by director Rob Reiner’s mother) places her order and tells the waitress, “I’ll have what she’s having.”
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