R | | Comedy, Drama
A group of college-age buddies struggle with their imminent passage into adulthood in 1959 Baltimore.
According to allmovie.com, "Diner (1982) was the first part of (Barry) Levinson's 'Baltimore Trilogy', followed by Tin Men (1987) and Avalon (1990)'. It has also been said that Diner (1982) is the first film in Barry Levinson's series of four "Baltimore Films". The others being Tin Men (1987) , Avalon (1990), and Liberty Heights (1999).
Billy: No marriage.
Second Stripper: No girl?
Billy: Not really. Just in love.
Second Stripper: Does the girl know?
Billy: Yeah, I told her about it.
Second Stripper: Told her? Didn't you show her?
During the wedding scene, the bass player's electric bass has block inlays, a feature not found in Fender electric basses until the late 1960s.
The end credits run as we hear another diner conversation between the guys.