Love Story (1970)

Love Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry

After getting into a fight with Jenny (Ali McGraw), Oliver (Ryan O’Neal) learns a lesson about love as he tries to make amends.

Directed by Arthur Hiller.

Released in 1970 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Teacher
  • character-type: Lawyer
  • character-type: Student
  • action: Cry
  • editors-choice: On-Screen Couples
  • editors-choice: Iconic Lines
  • editors-choice: Female Performances
  • primary-genre: Romance
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Tearjerkers
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Romance
  • secondary-genre: Romance Classics
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Contemporary Literature
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on the Book
  • mood: Emotional
  • primary-occasion: Well Wishing
  • secondary-occasion: Apology
  • setting: House
  • theme: Affirmation
  • theme: Forgiveness
  • theme: Understanding
  • theme: Love
  • theme: Reconciliation
  • theme: Acceptance
  • actor: Ryan O'Neal
  • actor: Ali MacGraw
  • director: Arthur Hiller
  • producer: Howard G. Minsky
  • cinematographer: Richard C. Kratina
  • composer: Francis Lai
  • costume-designer: Alice Manougian Martin
  • costume-designer: Pearl Somner
  • role-name: Jennifer Cavalleri
  • role-name: Oliver Barrett IV
  • screenwriter: Erich Segal
  • year: 1970
  • studio: Paramount