Crossing Delancey

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Released 1988

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Director:
Joan Micklin Silver
Released:
1988
Rating:
PG

Crossing Delancey is a 1988 romantic comedy released by Warner Brothers Pictures. From beginning to end, Amy Irving (Carrie) gives a delightful performance as Isabel, an uptown girl who prides herself on her independent life in the literary world. Then she meets Sam the Pickleman, who is played by the always wonderful Peter Reigert (Animal House, The Mask). Although she likes him, her snobbery almost gets the best of her. Her awkward attempt to fix him up with her friend ends up backfiring, as she comes to realize what a true gem of a man he is. Add to that, she is engaging in a cat and mouse flirting game with the sexy Jeroen Krabbe (The Fugitive), an enigmatic and egotistical Dutch writer who ultimately only wants her around so she can be his assistant. Sylvia Miles (Midnight Cowboy, Wall Street), as the yenta matchmaker adds a lot of laughs with her over the top performance. The real scene stealer however, is the magnificent Reizl Bozyk as Isabel's Bubbie, the sweet natured, sentimental, all-knowing Ida.

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