Newly married, Joe and Kirsten now have a baby daughter and have upscaled into a fine apartment with an even finer view.
Then ... Joe carries a bag of groceries to the apartment.
... and Now, he is on Pacific Avenue crossing Franklin in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. The house on the corner behind him is the historic Talbot-Dutton house at 1782 Pacific built in 1869. It was also used as a location in the 1968 movie Petulia
... and Now, here it is today after a recent makeover.
Then ... Later in the movie a cab drops him off, drunk, in the breezeway where he picks some flowers as a peace offering for his wife.
Then ... Joe staggers into the lobby and, feeling no pain, heads for the elevator.
Then ... The apartment has a clear view to the Golden Gate Bridge. Was this scene filmed in one of 1800 Pacific's apartments? CitySleuth and the building manager think not. The interior, especially the fireplace, is sufficiently different in layout to suggest that a studio set was used with a photo plate for the view.
... a better match now , the view below, a closer match to the movie window view, was taken from near the corner of Broadway and Broderick in Pacific Heights.