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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 July 2020
Whether you love or hate him, Woody Allen’s ability to cast Manhattan as a central character in his movies is sublime, and never subtle. This film is by no means deep and meaningful, but it’s cute, and Elle Fanning’s role as a slightly ditzy college student is great. The plot follows her character, Ashleigh’s weekend trip to Manhattan to interview a famous film maker for her college newspaper. Her boyfriend Gatsby, played by
Timothée Chalamet tags along. Through a series of misadventures including Gatsby kissing another girl, and hiring a hooker - and Ashleigh ending up stoned and in bed with a film star, the film darts from one New York landmark to another, and for that alone, the movie is worth watching on a rainy day.
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