Comedy • R • 1979 • 1 hr 36 min
Typical Allen relationship film. Older man, young woman. True subject Manhattan with its inimitable society & architecture & culture.
Great little love story about a young woman falling in love with her grandpa
A fun Woody Allen film, although the fact that the protagonist’s girlfriend is a 17 year old high school girl, so creepy by modern standards
Brilliant romantic drama movie, superb cinematography, characters and story. Possibly Allen’s finest movie, must see
Nice performances, good storyline, good cinematography, great material
Because nyc, because woody Allen, because no other film will ever come near romanticizing true nyc life like Allen did
My all time favorite movie, Allen crafts a stunningly beautiful love letter to NYC coupled with an amazing score to match. 11/10 great film.
Wonderful cinematography in this bittersweet, balanced and capturing Allen's film. A classic worth watching.
How did nobody expect this guy to be a pedophile?
Very Woody Allen. You can see how much he loves New York.
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