The film opens with a montage of images of Manhattan and other parts of New York City accompanied by George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, with Isaac Davis (Woody Allen) narrating drafts of an introduction to a book about a man who loves the city. Isaac is a twice-divorced, 42-year-old television comedy writer dealing with the women in his life who quits his unfulfilling job. He is dating Tracy (Mariel Hemingway), a 17-year-old girl attending the Dalton School. His best friend, college professor Yale Pollack (Michael Murphy), married to Emily (Anne Byrne), is having an affair with Mary Wilkie (Diane Keaton). Mary's ex-husband and former teacher, Jeremiah (Wallace Shawn), also appears, and Isaac's ex-wife Jill Davis (Meryl Streep) is writing a confessional book about their marriage. Jill has also since come out of the closet as a lesbian and lives with her partner, Connie (Karen Ludwig). Read more on Wikipedia.

MPAA Rating:R
Genre:Comedy, Drama, Romance
Country:United States
Produced By:Charles H. Joffe, Robert Greenhut, Jack Rollins
Directed By:Woody Allen
Written By:Marshall Brickman, Woody Allen
Cast:Charles Levin, Diane Keaton, Damion Scheller, Tisa Farrow, Anne Byrne Hoffman, Victor Truro, Wallace Shawn, Michael O'Donoghue, Gary Weis, Helen Hanft, Karen Ludwig, Kenny Vance, Michael Murphy, Raymond Serra, Karen Allen, Bella Abzug, Mariel Hemingway, Meryl Streep, John Doumanian, David Rasche, Frances Conroy, Woody Allen, Mark Linn-Baker
In Theaters:Apr 25, 1979
Runtime:1 hour 36 minutes
Production:United Artists
Box Office:$45,700,000
Available On:Itunes, Vudu