University students Ryan and Daisy probably couldn’t be any more dissimilar, with Ryan splitting his time between his nursing studies and a part-time job and Daisy, a Korean exchange student, doing her best to blend in with an unfamiliar culture. At first, their differences ignite an intense dislike for each other, but eventually, they discover they have more in common than they think perhaps even love.
This Can't Be Love is a 1994 American television movie directed by Anthony Harvey and starring Katharine Hepburn and Anthony Quinn. The stars play two aging actors who had a brief but intense marriage in the 1940s, and are reunited decades later to find that issues between them are not resolved. The film makes references to Hepburn's real career and personality, for instance starring in a Western with John Wayne. Hepburn was 86 and Quinn was 78 when they made the film. Supporting parts are played by Jason Bateman and Jamie Gertz.