Atlantic City (1980 film)
Atlantic City is a 1980 film about a young Canadian woman, whose dream for a better life in the gambling business is interrupted by the return of the drug-dealing husband she had left behind, and an older man, a long time resident of Atlantic City, and how their lives interact and change, both for the better.
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- The Atlantic Ocean was something then. You should have seen the Atlantic Ocean in those days.
- Don't touch the suit.
- Yes, it used to be beautiful — what with the rackets, whoring, guns.
- A room. For me and my mother.
- I am not going to get upset.
- After her husband and her pregnant sister show up to stay with her.
- Oh, I never use seatbelts. I don't believe in gravity.
- Sally Matthews: Teach me stuff.
- Lou Pascal: Like what?
- Sally Matthews: What you know.
- Lou Pascal: You want information or wisdom?
- Sally Matthews: Both.
- Lou Pascal: I'm a lover!
- Grace Pinza: Numbnuts!
- Where dreamers can be winners.
- She made him become what he always wanted to be — a lover, a hero, a rich man...and a killer!
- Burt Lancaster - Lou Pascal
- Susan Sarandon - Sally Matthews
- Kate Reid - Grace Pinza
- Robert Joy - Dave Matthews
- Hollis McLaren - Chrissie
- Michel Piccoli - Joseph
- Al Waxman - Alfie
- Robert Goulet - Singer in hospital