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Nora Ephron, RIP

It’s become a rare talent that can create a heartwarming, funny, insightful yet realistic romantic comedy. Nora Ephron was one of those talents. And it didn’t stop with classic films like When Harry Met Sally; her unique voice found outlet in her many observational writings, from essays to plays to journalism.

To animate this week’s IJN editorial eulogizing Nora Ephron, we decided to post a few links to clips from some of her most popular films, including When Harry Met Sally, plus interviews with her about her work.

The famous scene from Katz’s Delicatessen

The Drexel InterView with Nora Ephron


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