Thursday 18 May
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
An achingly funny take on film noir – reimagined as only Woody Allen can. Ophthalmologist Judah Rosenthal has had an affair with Dolores for several years, and now she threatens to ruin his life if he doesn’t marry her. When his brother Jack suggests having Dolores murdered, Judah is faced with a moral dilemma: destruction of his life, or murder. Meanwhile, documentary filmmaker Clifford Stern is trying to make a film of a philosophy professor, but instead he’s commissioned to make a portrait of successful TV producer and brother-in-law Lester, who to Clifford represents everything that he despises.
Director: Woody Allen
USA 104 minutes Cert PG
We say: We wanted to leaven our offer a little, so what better than a Woody Allen film? Less well known than Annie Hall and Manhattan, but in our opinion every bit as good.