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Lachie Munro almost 4 years ago
Irritating.
Tom o'brien over 4 years ago
Crossing Delancey is a romantic comedy film starring Amy Irving and Peter Riegert released in 1988. It is directed by Joan Micklin Silver and based on a play by Susan Sandler, who also wrote the screenplay. Amy Irving was nominated for a Golden Globe for the movie, for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical". Isabelle Grossman (played by Irving) works for a New York bookstore which supports authors through public readings. When the author Anton Maes (Jeroen Krabbé) comes to the bookstore to give such a reading, he shows an interest in Isabelle who is enamored with the intellectual world that is very different from her traditional Jewish upbringing. Isabelle pays frequent visits to her Bubbie, (grandmother) Ida (the legendary Yiddish theatre star Reizl Bozyk in her only film role), who lives on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Anxious for her granddaughter to settle down, Ida turns to the local marriage broker (Sylvia Miles). Although shocked and annoyed,...
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