L.A. Story

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L.A. Story is a 1991 romantic comedy film directed by Mick Jackson and written by Steve Martin.

Harris K. Telemacher[edit]

  • How come we don't always recognize the moment love begins, but we always know the moment it ends?
  • Forget for this moment the smog and the cars and the restaurant and the skating and remember only this. A kiss may not be the truth, but it is what we wish were true.

Sara McDowel[edit]

  • I keep thinking I'm a grown up, but I'm not.

Others[edit]

Maitre D: You think with a financial statement like this you can have the duck?
Repeated line: Let your mind go and your body will follow.

Dialogue[edit]

Sara: And if I were to go?
Harris: All I know is, on the day your plane was to leave, if I had the power, I would turn the winds around, I would roll in the fog, I would bring in storms, I would change the polarity of the earth so compasses couldn't work, so your plane couldn't take off.

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