“Memories of Me” quotes(1988)
Plot – Abbie Polin is a cardiac surgeon. Ironically, he has a heart attack and barely survives. From that moment on, he begins to search for a different way of life. His first step is to look for his father, who he has not seen for years, and then bring the family back together. It will not be an easy task, because the protagonist discovers that his whole life is in pieces.
All actors – Billy Crystal, Alan King, JoBeth Williams, Janet Carroll, David Ackroyd, Phil Fondacaro, Robert Pastorelli, Mark L. Taylor, Peter Elbling, Larry Cedar, Sheryl Bernstein, Joe Sheashow all
“Memories of Me” Quotes 12 quotes
“There's an art to being incidental.”
“Sweet dreams to my fingers, sweet dreams to my knees. Sweet dreams to bellybuttons that go in and out. Sweet dreams to all the little tushies in the world - the big ones, too, like the waitress in the bowling alley!”
“- Abbie: I'm going to lean on you, and you just lean on me. Is this good for you?
- Lisa: This is great.
- Abbie: Look! We're a semicolon walking home!”
“Extras are the real Hollywood. You won't see their names above the title or below the title. We like to think of ourselves as behind the title.”
“- Abe: I'm glad you came, doctor. Maybe you can tell me what's wrong with my hand - it's been like this for a month.
- Lisa: Have you tried soaking it in melted butter?”
I couldn't catch a ball. Well, it 's hard to catch with your face. I had the word "Spalding" written on my forehead 'til I was about six.
“- Lisa: Let me get this straight: is he an actor or isn't he?
- Abbie: Exactly.”