Nicholas Cage "shopping" for booze in LEAVING LAS VEGAS.
t recall if we see Dustin Hoffman shopping KRAMER VS. KRAMER, but it would seem
to be a relevant film.
Fred MacMurray pretending to shop while conversing with Barbara Stanwyck in
You might consider Bruce Willis' choice of weapons in PULP FICTION as a kind
You might also look for relevant scenes in such older films as THE DEVIL AND
MISS JONES or MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET that are set in department stores.
In WHEN HARRY MET SALLY, both characters shop together or separately and
fool around at The
The "child" Tom Hanks shops for things in BIG (including playing at FAO
Michael Douglas has trouble shopping for flowers in THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT.
On the other side of the counter, Dana Andrews has to learn how to sell goods
in THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES.
Johnny Depp breaks down and buys a cake at the supermarket in WHAT'S EATING
Jimmy Stewart shops for at suitcase in IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE.
Would anything in SCENES FROM A MALL or MALLRATS be relevant?
Godard has shoppers running amock in TOUT VA BIEN.
And then there's Claude Berri's LE SEX SHOP!
Hope these help.
Don Larsson, Mankato State U (MN)
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