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After his wife (Streep) leaves him for another woman, Isaac Davis (Allen) leaves his day job as a television writer and begins dating Tracy (Hemingway), a precocious 17-year-old. But he soon begins to fall for his best friend’s (Michael Murphy) mistress (Keaton). Allen’s rhapsodic love letter to New York is undoubtedly his most romantic—thanks to a larger-than-life Gershwin score, Gordon Willis’ radiant black-and-white cinematography, and no shortage of classic Manhattan locales, including the MoMA, Elaine’s, the Hayden Planetarium, and the iconic shot of the 59th Street Bridge—making this a must-see on the big screen.