1979. USA. Dir: Woody Allen. With Allen, Diane Keaton. 96 min.
A recently divorced middle-aged New Yorker leaves his teen girlfriend after falling for his best friend’s mistress – and yet the most compelling character in the film might be The City itself. Allen crafts a visually rich, Gershwin-scored love letter to his favorite town and the humor, romance, and neurotic indecisiveness of those who call it home.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. $5.