Manhattan

Directed by: Woody Allen | 1979 | 1h 36m | Rated R

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The life of a divorced television writer dating a teenage girl is further complicated when he falls in love with his best friend’s mistress.

By turns a rhapsodic city symphony and an astute character study, Manhattan is a portrait of a modern metropolis and the messy lives of its inhabitants. It’s a love letter from a hometown hero that remains ones of Woody Allen’s most successful explorations of his enduring themes: complex relationships, compromised romances and his own creative processes.

42-year-old Manhattan native Isaac Davis has a job he hates, a 17-year-old girlfriend he doesn’t love and a lesbian ex-wife who’s writing a tell-all book about their marriage. Living vicariously through the protagonist of his debut novel, but struggling to find personal or professional fulfillment of his own, Isaac quits his job as a television writer and begins a relationship with his best friend’s mistress, setting him off on a neurosis-riddled journey of self-discovery and self-sabotage.

Shot in ravishing black & white Scope by the great Gordon Willis (Annie Hall, all three Godfathers, etc.), and backed by an all-Gershwin score, this is one of the greatest odes to New York by one of the greatest American filmmakers.

Released as a new 4K digital print scanned from the original camera negative, Woody Allen’s monochrome masterpiece is the first of the director’s classic oeuvre to be made available digitally by Park Circus and MGM.

“Mr. Allen’s progress as one of our major filmmakers is proceeding so rapidly that we who watch him have to pause occasionally to catch our breath.”
– NEW YORK TIMES

“Allen serves up a nostalgia that was utterly of its time; he incarnates an idea of the city that, even now, remains as strong as its reality and refracts his disappointed ideals into high existential crises.”
– NEW YORKER

“If Manhattan was only a romantic comedy, it would be a very good one, but the fact that the movie has so much more ambition than the “average” entry into the genre makes it an extraordinary example of the fusion of entertainment and art. This is Allen in peak form, deftly mastering and combining the diverse threads of romance, drama, and comedy – and all against a black-and-white backdrop that makes us wonder why color is such a coveted characteristic in modern motion pictures.”
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