1989 was a year awash with classy, sweater-clad movies that offered a rarified love of show tunes, jazz standards and lounge music. When Harry Met Sally… was one, The Fabulous Baker Boys was another.Real-life siblings Jeff and Beau Bridges play the eponymous brothers, a pair of middle-of-the-road, traveling piano bar players. Beau is memorable as Frank, the business brains behind the act, who works to support his wife and children.Jack though is the one with the real talent, and Jeff Bridges is superb as the chain-smoking, hard drinking younger brother who would rather be playing the music he wants rather than the same set night after night. Of course, the third member of this trio is Michelle Pfeiffer as Susie Diamond, the former AAA escort girl, who the brothers hire when Frank decides that they need a vocalist to spice up their act.Pfeiffer’s work is both sultry and superb. Susie is the breath of life that the Baker boys and their moribund piano act have been crying out for, and it isn’t long before the three of them are playing to packed houses on Seattle’s lounge circuit.Sadly their success is fleeting, as Jack Baker falls for Susie and drives a wedge between himself and older brother Frank. Susie Diamond’s arrival is the catalyst that ends the thirty year partnership of the Baker brothers, and ultimately leads to all three characters going their separate ways.Even thirty years on I still find myself wondering what became of this trio after the credits rolled. Do Jack Baker and Susie see each other again? I think they do. If you ask me why I’m so sure, I’ll give you a one word answer. Intuition.