Big Screen Classics: "Manhattan"
Woody Allen's latest film is all about romantic Rome, but back in 1977 he paid tribute to NYC with a black and white movie about a divorced 42-year-old TV writer named Isaac. "Manhattan" gleaned Academy Award nominations for Allen's screenplay and Mariel Hemingway's portrayal of Isaac's 17-year-old lover. - Milva DiDomizio, Globe Staff
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