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He Said, She Said (film)

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He Said, She Said
He said she said.jpg
Directed byKen Kwapis
Marisa Silver
Produced byFrank Mancuso Jr.
Vikki Williams
Written byBrian Hohlfeld
StarringKevin Bacon
Elizabeth Perkins
Sharon Stone
Music byMiles Goodman
CinematographyStephen H. Burum
Edited bySidney Levin
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
  • February 22, 1991 (1991-02-22)
Running time
115 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$15 million
Box office$9,804,775

He Said, She Said is a 1991 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Ken Kwapis and Marisa Silver. It stars Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins as two journalists working in the same office and falling in love with each other.


It is the story of the relationship between journalists Dan Hanson (Bacon) and Lorie Bryer (Perkins) told twice – once from each perspective. The male story was directed by Ken Kwapis and the female story by Marisa Silver. At the time, Kwapis and Silver were engaged and they married soon after the film was released.

Dan and Lorie are rival editorial page contributors at the Baltimore Sun. The rivalry between conservative Dan and liberal Lorie eventually leads to a local TV show where both present their opposing views on various civic issues. As Dan and Lorie get to know each other, they discover they have feelings for each other.



As of December 2020, He Said, She Said holds a rating of 31% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 16 reviews.[1]

In a two-star review Roger Ebert described it as "a gentle little film that raises some questions about the different ways men and women view reality, does not answer them, and succeeds in being entertaining all the same." [2]


  1. ^ He Said, She Said (1991), retrieved 2020-12-30
  2. ^ Review by Roger Ebert

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