People have their own opinions and standpoints, they see things differently. It is difficult to say, who is right or wrong, because men and women are very different in many ways. In these scenes Harry and Sally try to change each other. One of the sidetracks, Let’s call the whole thing off, goes “You like potato I like potahto you like tomato I like tomahto.” This song supports Harry and Sally’s meaningless argument. After they spend much time together, Harry and Sally understand each other better. In the batting cage scene, Harry says “It’s just different. It’s a whole different perspective. I get a woman’s point of view on things.” The movie viewers can feel that Harry was changed. In the final scene, Harry says that he loves all Sally’s weird behaviors. Both of them try to change each other, but then they listen and understand, thus a friendship becomes true love.
The topics of the plot of the movie are constructed chronologically. The first topic begins when Harry and Sally just graduated from the University of Chicago and they share a car to go to New York to find a new live. As soon as they arrive at Washington square, they say goodbye by handshaking not knowing even where each goes. The second topic begins when they meet in the airport five years later. Sally tells Harry that she and Joe are in love, and Harry tells Sally that he is getting married. The third topic begins when they met by chance at a book store five years later. They are going through difficult times because Sally broke up with Joe and Harry divorced. Harry and Sally become friends. Since they live in the same city, they spend much time together. As a result they understand each other better. Dialog is the main tool to lead the story, however there is narrative scene that Harry is alone on the New Years Eve, while Sally is in a party having a terrible time with a man. Harry walks down the street at night trying to convince himself that