PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
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.
The first movie starring Edward Norton to not be rated R.
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: ...
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.
Thank-yous include one to "Salmita Bonita", a reference to actor-director 'Edward Norton''s girlfriend, actress Salma Hayek.
The DVD release features quite a few edited scenes, including:
English, Hebrew, Spanish
$8,078,671 (USA) (16 April 2000)
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