Falling in Love (1984 film)

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Falling in Love
Falling in love movie poster.jpg
The film poster.
Directed byUlu Grosbard
Produced byMarvin Worth
Written byMichael Cristofer
StarringRobert De Niro
Meryl Streep
Harvey Keitel
Music byDave Grusin
CinematographyPeter Suschitzky
Editing byMichael Kahn
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release datesNovember 21, 1984
Running time106 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$12 million
Box office$11,129,057
 
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Falling in Love
Falling in love movie poster.jpg
The film poster.
Directed byUlu Grosbard
Produced byMarvin Worth
Written byMichael Cristofer
StarringRobert De Niro
Meryl Streep
Harvey Keitel
Music byDave Grusin
CinematographyPeter Suschitzky
Editing byMichael Kahn
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release datesNovember 21, 1984
Running time106 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$12 million
Box office$11,129,057

Falling in Love is a 1984 American romantic-drama film starring Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro and directed by Ulu Grosbard. In the film, two married strangers meet randomly, become friends, and fall in love. They spend time together, riding the train into the city of New York, and begin meeting for coffee or lunch. They enjoy their time together and this enjoyment eventually blossoms into love.

Synopsis[edit]

While Christmas shopping for their respective families, architect Frank Raftis (De Niro) and graphic artist Molly Gilmore (Streep) find their holiday packages becoming mixed up. What starts as a pleasant chance acquaintance blossoms into romance. Inevitably, both parties realize that even casual smooching is wrong. Sadly, their marriages don't appeal to them either. The film ends with a somewhat bittersweet "one year later" coda.

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Filming locations[edit]

The entire film takes place in the New York City metropolitan area and suburbs. There are scenes in locations including Rizzoli bookstore, Trump Tower, the Hudson River train line, and Dobbs Ferry, New York.[1]

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