How ‘When Harry Met Sally’ Broke Genre Conventions

For his latest video essay, Michael Tucker from Lessons from the Screenplay takes a look at the clever way Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan’s classic 1989 film, When Harry Met Sally…, seperated itself from other cliché-driven romantic comedies.

“When Harry Met Sally takes the conventions of a classic from-hate-to-love story and flips them on their head, creating a unique and charming film.”

Previously from Michael: Why Heath Ledger’s Joker is the Ultimate Antagonist