PG | | Drama, Romance
Two disparate people have a wonderful romance, but their political views and convictions drive them apart.
After preview reactions, director Sydney Pollack took out a sequence of several scenes from the movie's climactic turning point, most notably: (1) a highly emotional scene where Katie drives through UCLA and stops to watch a young woman hold a political speech, reminding Katie of herself 20 years ago (2) a dialog between Katie and Hubbell where he tells her that someone has informed on her. Having a "subversive" wife, it's clear that (unless she would inform, too) he will be fired.
A... two cheese burgers and four cokes.
Katie Morosky Gardner: Onion?
Hubbell Gardner: Yeah, in the cokes.
When the reporters meet Hubbell, Katie, and the others at the train station when the group returns from the Washington HUAC protest, one of the reporters has huge, 1970s-era "mutton chop" sideburns, totally out of place in the scene's 1950s time period.
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