Analyze the relationship between Ilsa and Victor Laszlo. The…

Analyze the relationship between Ilsa and Victor Laszlo. The following is a string of dialogue from “When Harry Met Sally.” The couple is driving to New York; the viewer comes into the middle of the conversation. Do you agree or disagree with either one of their views?
Sally: You’re wrong.
Harry: I’m not wrong, he wants…
Sally: You’re wrong.
Harry: …he wants her to leave that’s why he puts her on the plane.
Sally: I don’t think she wants to stay.
Harry: Of course she wants to stay. Wouldn’t you rather be with Humphrey Bogart than the other guy?
Sally: I don’t want to spend the rest of my life in Casablanca married to a man who runs a bar. I probably sound very snobbish to you but I don’t.
Harry: You’d rather be in a passionless marriage.
Sally: And be the first lady of Czechoslovakia.
Harry: Then live with the man you’ve had the greatest sex of you life with, and just because he owns a bar and that is all he does.
Sally: Yes. And so had any woman in her right mind, woman are very practical, even Ingrid Bergman which is why she gets on the plane at the end of the movie.
…Later in the film
(Sally answers the phone)
Sally: Hello.
Harry: You sleeping?
Sally: No, I was watching Casablanca.
Harry: Channel please.
Sally: Eleven.
Harry: Thank you, got it. Now you’re telling me you will be happier with Victor Laszlo than Humphrey Bogart?
Sally: When did I say that?
Harry: When we drove to New York.
Sally: I never said that, I would never have said that.
Harry: Alright, fine. Have it your way.

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