With Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway. This sophisticated urban romantic roundelay is one of Woody Allen’s wittiest movies, and also his most visually stunning work. Its unforgettable black-and-white imagery, shot by Gordon Willis and accompanied by the timeless music of George Gershwin, changed the way we revere and romanticize New York City, while Keaton’s crippingly neurotic know-it-all and Hemingway’s Oscar-nominated teen love interest provide Allen with two of his most memorable romances. It’s hard to imagine modern neurotic comedy (especially Seinfeld) without it.
Free with Museum admission.