What Nora Ephron Taught Me About Love In The Movies


npr:

“Ephron wrote fairy tales that spun things that really happen – reconciliation over time, mysterious chemistry, complex and loaded friendships, love after grief and loss – into things that don’t happen, or don’t happen very much. But I always recognized in those stories pieces of people I knew and conversations I had had; they were like choral compositions where everything else is just pretty sounds, but you can pick out the alto line because you sang it in choir fifteen years ago. ”

Everyone at the Pajama Company was so sad to hear about the loss of Nora Ephron. She was a great star, but an even better person!

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