Fioravante decides to become a professional Don Juan as a way of making money to help his cash-strapped friend, Murray. With Murray acting as his "manager", the duo quickly finds themselves caught up in the crosscurrents of love and money.

Ancient Rabbi: Murray Schwartz, are you proud to be a Jew?
Murray: Proud, and also scared.
Othella: If you hurt a hair on his head, I will pull a Michael Corleone on you.
Dovi: Michael Corleone? Who's that? Is that a threat?
Murray: [Shomrim patrollers surround him] What is this? I think you've got the wrong guy. I've already been circumsized!
Murray: This could definitely be the beginning of a very beautiful relationship between the three of us.
[first lines]
Murray: My grandfather started the shop. My father had it. And now - I - have to - close it. This is the end of an era, my friend. Let me tell ya, now a days only rare people buy rare books.
Fioravante: We'll get back on our feet.
Dovi: You're not really Jewish are you?
Fioravante: I'm not sure.
Dovi: Huh.
Avigal: You bring magic to the lonely?
Fioravante: That's one way to put it.
Murray: A gigolo? You know, it's in the music business. You know, there's the music, the lyrics... and the gigolo.
Selima: Is it you?
Fioravante: Virgil.
Selima: Virgil?
Fioravante: Virgil Howard.
Selima: I thought it was Fioravante.
Fioravante: Once.
Selima: Oh, I see. A new day and new name. All of us have so many people inside of us, bursting to get out.
Fioravante: From the rose comes the thorn. From the thorn comes the rose .
Murray: Yeah, she's my doctor, but in today's world she could be a psychopathic axe murderer.
Fioravante: If you're a pimp, you gotta have a name.
Ancient Rabbi: And you allowed yourself to be touched?
Avigal: Yes.
Ancient Rabbi: And what, may I ask, happened next?
Avigal: I cried.
Ancient Rabbi: From shame?
Avigal: No. From loneliness.
Selima: Do you have any idea what goes on inside a woman's head?
Fioravante: If I did, I wouldn't be here.
Selima: A woman is meant to be looked at. Or else she will just fade away.
Dovi: If a man can't get a woman out of his guts, if a man can't get a woman out of his heart, it means something.
[last lines]
Murray: Wow. This definitely could be the beginning of a very beautiful relationship. The three of us. But, you know, when is it that you're leaving?
Fioravante: [smiles knowingly without a word]
Dr. Parker: You know, you're top shelf. Hard to reach. Makes you so good.
Fioravante: [turns and walks away without a word]
Dr. Parker: He's in love.
Selima: You think like real love?
Murray: You know, I have a theory that sometimes when you don't understand what the other person is saying, very often that's a tremendous advantage.
Fioravante: How long do you known me?
Murray: I've known you since you're a kid; since you broke into this bookstore and tried to rob it.