When Harry Met Sally

When Harry Met Sally (1989)

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Harry Burns and Sally Albright meet in the late 70's as they drive together to New York City after college. They dont' really get along, and have a big discussion about how men and women can never really be friends because "the sex thing gets in the way." They see each other again after 5 years, and still don't get along. Another 6 years go by, Harry has been married but is getting divorced, and Sally just broke up with her boyfriend of 6 years. This time, they become friends, but their friendship intensifies, and they wind up having sex, which does indeed get in the way of their friendship.

Audra

Factual error: When Harry and Sally are driving away from the University of Chicago at the start of their road trip there is a long shot of them driving on Lake Shore Drive, but they are heading south towards the city with the lake on their left. If they were leaving the city from UofC, which is in Hyde Park, they would already be driving away from the city on Lake Shore Drive.

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Sally Albright: At least I got the apartment.
Harry Burns: That's what everyone says. But, really, what's so hard about finding an apartment? What you do is look in the obituary section. You see who died, find out where they lived, and tip the doorman. What they could do to make it easier is combine the two. You know, Mr. Kline died yesterday, leaving behind a wife, two children, and a spacious three bedroom apartment with a wood burning fireplace.

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Trivia: Joe is played by former President Gerald Ford's son, Steven. He very much resembles his father.

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