Manhattan

Director: Woody Allen. USA, 1979. 96 mins.

Woody Allen’s rapturous, poignant, romantic comedy about the fretful life of an obsessive writer of TV comedy (Allen), worrying over his current, ex and future relationships (with Hemingway, Streep and Keaton), his hypochondria and his contemplated switch to serious literature. A declaration of love to cerebral life and fashion in the city Allen has made his own, set to George Gershwin and filmed in silvery widescreen monochrome by Gordon Willis.


Club and Group screenings

Sun 4th Jun 12.30 Vintage Sundays: Classic films back on the big screen where they belong.



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