Keeping the Faith (2000)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Two friends, a priest and a rabbi, fall in love with the same woman they knew in their youth, but the religious position of both men denies them romance.

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  • Jenna Elfman and Ben Stiller in Keeping the Faith (2000)
  • Edward Norton and Ben Stiller in Keeping the Faith (2000)
  • Jenna Elfman and Edward Norton in Keeping the Faith (2000)
  • Jenna Elfman and Edward Norton in Keeping the Faith (2000)
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Trivia

The first movie starring Edward Norton to not be rated R.


Quotes

Rabbi Jacob "Jake" Schram: How upset are they?
Rabbi Lewis: Let's just say they're less than thrilled.
Larry Friedman: To be honest, we're less than thrilled.
Rabbi Jacob "Jake" Schram: Ok, with what specifically?
Larry Friedman: With what specifically. Well, with guided meditation specifically, with stand up comedy sermons specifically, with ...
Rabbi Jacob "Jake" Schram: ...


Goofs

When Anna and Jake's mother sit on the sofa looking at pictures of the Schram's wedding, you can see that Anna's hair line is darker the rest of her hair - she obviously has to redye. In the next scene which plays maybe 1 hour later in the story, her hair is all over blonde.


Crazy Credits

Thank-yous include one to "Salmita Bonita", a reference to actor-director 'Edward Norton''s girlfriend, actress Salma Hayek.


Alternate Versions

The DVD release features quite a few edited scenes, including:

  • Brian takes Anna to the club while it's still under construction
  • Brian tries to come into the bar with a bottle of liquor in his hand. The bartender tells him 'No Bottles', so he promptly drinks the remainder
  • Brian and Jakob walk through an art museum with Anna (featuring the scene from the Gag Reel where Anna can't say the name of the picture she's standing in front of); eventually, her cel phone rings, she has a yelling match with a co-worker, and falls in the fountain (also seen in the Gag Reel)
  • A bit with young Jakob and Brian making a kung-fu movie with a home video camera
  • Anna talking to Ruth about Jakob and Jake's brother (establishing exactly why Ruth never forgave him)
  • A piece from Jakob's date, where the woman talks about running and breast implants before having a sneezing fit and smashing her face on the table
  • Jakob tells Anna to put her pager under her skirt while she's at work, and he'll call her; two co-workers come in just as Jake starts calling, trying to get her to help them work out the numbers as she 'gets buzzed'


Soundtracks

Got to Be Real
Written by
Cheryl Lynn, David Foster, and David Paich
Performed by Cheryl Lynn

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Drama | Romance

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