The comedy smash of 1989, When Harry Met Sally is a wry and amusing tale of adults coming to terms with the sometimes contradictory pulls of love and friendship. Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) first meet at college, thrown together on an 18-hour drive to New York. She doesn’t like him - but that doesn't stop him making a pass. Years pass before they meet again, both having suffered the trauma of break-up and divorce. They begin an on-off friendship – or is it something deeper? – complicated by the fact that Harry is set in his cynical, womanising attitudes, convinced that male-female relationships are always based on sexual attraction, while Sally has developed the cynicism, and realism, of the disappointed idealist. And she won't countenance one-night stands.
Containing one of the funniest set pieces in modern American cinema and a succession of snappy one-liners, When Harry Met Sally offers terrific performances and a witty script in a delightful journey through the pitfalls and false starts of modern life and love.