Woody Allen's quintessential comedy-drama. Isaac (Allen) is an erratic, perpetually dissatisfied New Yorker who quits his gig writing for TV with dreams of composing a 'great' novel. His love life is a mess: he is tormented by his second ex-wife Jill (Meryl Streep) - a lesbian who has written a tell-all book about their marriage - and is dating teenager Tracy (Mariel Hemingway). Meanwhile, he begins to fall for his best friend's mistress - the cerebral Mary (Diane Keaton). Against the backdrop of a gorgeously photographed, black and white Manhattan and the music of George Gershwin, Isaac struggles with his unemployment, fear of commitment and deep neurosis.

Best Film and Best Screenplay at the 1980 BAFTA Awards.
1979Rating: M92 minsUSA
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