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Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?
     

Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?

Director: Henry Jaglom

Cast: Karen Black, Michael Emil, Michael Margotta

 
After a man (Michael Emil) and a woman (Karen Black) meet and begin to become romantically involved, his confirmed bachelorhood and her post-divorce trauma start to clash. As their interactions become more complex, and they move from one scenario to the next, viewers may become impatient with all the talk and no action. Director and writer Henry Jaglom's approach is

Overview

After a man (Michael Emil) and a woman (Karen Black) meet and begin to become romantically involved, his confirmed bachelorhood and her post-divorce trauma start to clash. As their interactions become more complex, and they move from one scenario to the next, viewers may become impatient with all the talk and no action. Director and writer Henry Jaglom's approach is to set up the scene, let the actors improvise, and edit the result. The result -- this movie -- only proves the long-held view that the best impromptu speeches are always prepared in advance.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/11/2003
UPC:
0720917535722
Original Release:
1983
Rating:
R
Source:
Fox Lorber
Time:
1:30:00

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Director's introduction; Trailer gallery; Filmographies; Weblinks

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Don't Go [7:47]
2. Talking to Myself [2:36]
3. The Meeting [5:40]
4. Act Natural [2:54]
5. Empty Apartment [5:59]
6. Hormones [4:35]
7. Sneezing and Orgasms [5:03]
8. Genuine Relationship [6:49]
9. Waking Up [2:33]
10. Insecurities [4:21]
11. Key to Happiness [7:29]
12. Just the Way You Look Tonight [3:08]
13. Feelings and Logic [3:57]
14. Disillusion [8:41]
15. Spend the Night [8:50]
16. News [3:09]
17. Boys and Girls [3:28]
18. Credits [3:17]

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