Jill is an up-to-the-minute feminist active in all sorts of causes and whose other feminine endeavors suffer proportionately. She's not much good in the laundry, forgets frozen dinners have to be heated, and has too little time for her romance. Her fiance wants to marry her; she simply declares that in the eyes of God they are already married. Trouble is, he's Italian and her Jewish mother mistrusts Italians. On his way to work one day, as violinist in the Radio City Music Hall orchestra, he is mugged by his cabdriver, and this starts a new series of misadventures in the lives of this pair in Fun City.
"Contains some amazing things, and it has a disarming air of madness." - New York Post