Approved | | Drama, Romance
A middle-aged butcher and a school teacher who have given up on the idea of love meet at a dance and fall for each other.
1 August 2004 | Claudio Carvalho
9 | Simple, Beautiful and Touching Love Story With Magnificent Performance of the Cast and Sensitive Direction
Marty Piletti (Ernest Borgnine) is a lonely, insecure and honest thirty-four years old good man, living with his ...
The street scene behind the opening credits is Arthur Avenue at 187th Street in The Bronx, in front of the City of New York's old Arthur Avenue Retail Market under a billboard sign for Knickerbocker Beer, an actual New York City brand, brewed by the... ...
What do you wanna do tonight?
Marty Pilletti: I dunno, Angie. What do you wanna do?
In the opening scene in the butcher shop, Marty is shown facing the camera and using a knife to cut between the bones of a roast (to make chops). He does not finish cutting all of the chops, but sets his knife down on the ledge of the counter to his right (our left). In the next shot, from the reverse angle (that is, with Marty's back to the camera), Marty again has the knife in his hand, and is cutting through the remainder of the roast. After he has finished cutting, he takes up a meat cleaver to complete the task of making chops.
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