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In Dollars, It's Less
Jerry: "You know, you married a very bright guy. I've got a 150-160 IQ."
Phyllis: "You're figuring it in Euros. In dollars, it's much less."
Jerry and Phyllis are a typical longtime couple, bickering through a vacation in Rome. Judy Davis, who plays Phyllis in 'To Rome With Love,' has appeared in several notable past Woody Allen movies, including the 1992 drama 'Husbands and Wives.'
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Sally: "My friend just broke up with her boyfriend...I told her she could stay with us. She's smart and funny...men just adore her. I think it's because of the sexual vibe that she gives off."
Sally's decision to let Monica stay with her proves disastrous for her relationship with Jack. Monica is newly single and ready to mingle, and she immediately sets her sights on Sally's boyfriend, Jack.
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Monica: "I don't want to do it here."
John: "You're going to screw your best friend's boyfriend, does it really matter what the venue is?"
Monica: "You will never understand women."
John: "That's been proven..."
Monica (Ellen Page) and Jack (Jesse Eisenberg) are instantly attracted to each other. Jack's girlfriend, Sally (Greta Gerwig) is clueless to what's going on, but Jack's new friend John (Alec Baldwin) sees all and knows all. John has been here before (he lived in Rome as a young man, and fell in love there).
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On Your Back
Museum Visitor: "Can you imagine working all that time on your back?"
Anna: "I can."
Poor Antonio: He's desperate to impress his family with his new "wife," Anna, but things are not going well.
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Rome Traffic Cop: "I'm from Rome. My job is to stand up here and I see all people in Rome -- all is a story."
This cop no doubt sees everything, and he sets the tone for 'To Rome With Love,' a movie that follows four separate-yet-interconnected stories in the ancient Italian city known for love. 'To Rome' is Woody Allen's latest film set in Europe, following up on the highly-acclaimed 'Midnight in Paris' in 2011.
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Anna: "Congratulations. Everything's paid in full. I'm yours."
Antonio: "I think there's been a mistake."
Anna: "I am here to fulfill your dreams."
When Italian prostitute Anna (Penelope Cruz) arrives on Antonio's doorstep, literally, he's understandably confused. He didn't hire her. In fact, Antonio is newly married to Milly. The couple are in Rome for a very important meeting with Antonio's family, but Milly is MIA -- so Antonio decides to try and pass Anna off as his new wife.
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Jerry: "The kid's a communist, the father's a mortician, does the mother run a leper colony?"
Jerry takes an instant disliking to his daughter Hayley's (Allison Pill) fiancee, Italian "communist" Michelangelo (Flavio Parenti). Yes, Michelangelo's father is a mortician, but he also sings amazing opera. Jerry's a retired opera director. See where this is going?