“Crossing Delancey” quotes(1988)
Plot – Isabel Grossman is an unmarried Jewish woman who lives alone in Manhattan and is the director of a library. She's brilliant and independent and her life is full of satisfactions indeed. Her job allows her to join the Big Apple's literary world, but her whimsical grandmother, Bubbie Kantor, doesn't care about her success as she only wants her granddaughter to get married.
All actors – Amy Irving, Peter Riegert, Reizl Bozyk, Jeroen Krabbé, Sylvia Miles, George Martin, John Bedford Lloyd, Claudia Silver, David Hyde Pierce, Rosemary Harris, Suzzy Roche, Amy Wrightshow all
“Crossing Delancey” Quotes 5 quotes
- Isabelle Grossman: What I love most about your writing...
- Anton Maes: Yes, yes, yes, yes?
- Isabelle Grossman: Is it's deceptive accessibility. It reads like "Pulp Fiction"... and then you... hear music.
- Anton Maes: Will you tell me that when I call you with an anxiety attack at 4 in the morning?
“Sam, I don't know what to do with you. You're a nice guy.”
“- Anton Maes: Hang on to this woman, Lionel. Loyalty like this doesn't walk through the door every day.
- Lionel: I guess you've noticed that Izzy has featured you in our window for the past three weeks. When is this much-publicized reading to take place?
- Isabelle Grossman: On the 20th. I'm very loyal to neighborhoodauthors.
- Anton Maes: I'm...” (continue)(continue reading)