The story of an improbable romance between a cosmopolitan career woman and a small-town fisherman. When sophisticated New York journalist Ed...更多>
William Sanders: [the new editor's policy] The attention span of the American public is zip. That means shorter articles, and not so dense.
: I understand principles, I used to have 'em, before I had four kids. John Daly: You kill the salmon, you don't get 'em back, there is no crisis management. Edith Iglauer: [watching Daly club a fish] And you call that what, beside killing the poor bastard? John Daly: What do you think of fishing so far? Edith Iglauer: In the words of Mark Twain, fishing is a jerk on one end of the line waiting for a jerk on the other end. Edith Iglauer: I can't die now, my obit wouldn't be long enough. Edith Iglauer: The boat's about to sink, you're worried about your obituary? John Daly: You're right, I'm shallow. Edith Iglauer: When I was younger, I wanted to write the great American novel. John Daly: What happened? Edith Iglauer: Didn't have the money. John Daly: What about now? Edith Iglauer: Don't have the time. Edith Iglauer: I can't die now, my obit wouldn't be long enough. John Daly: The boat's about to sink, you're worried about your obituary? Edith Iglauer: You're right, I'm shallow.