The slick role of Tony Manero defined (at least the pre-Tarantino-resurrection of) star John Travolta’s career. An entire genre of music—disco—practically can’t be mentioned without a discussion of Saturday Night Fever. Manero escorts the audience into his world with an iconic swagger-cum-sashay down the sidewalks of Bay Ridge. Long before Brooklyn became an international travel destination, Manero aspired to break out of the borough of his father. Freedom to him was represented on the dance floor and embodied in Stephanie, a sexy Manhattanite. Brooklyn may have changed, music may have evolved; but 35 years after its initial release, Saturday Night Fever is stayin’ alive.