Annie Hall (1977)
A neurotic Jewish New York comedian attempts to have a relationship with a free spirited young woman who visits the same shrink.
Anything Else (2003)
A Jewish comedy writer has trouble with his sex kitten girlfriend.
Antz (1998)
A neurotic insect tries to win the heart of a princess.
The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion (2001)
An insurance investigator and efficiency tsarina are hypnotised into a heist.
Deconstructing Harry (1997)
Comedy about a writer with permanent block.
Fading Gigolo (2013)
A bookseller persuades a florist to have a threesome for money in an Orthodox Jewish neighbourhood of New York
Hannah And Her Sisters (1986)
A portrait of the secret turmoil and complicated lives and loves of an extended family in New York. On re-release.
Manhattan (1979)
Woody Allen falls for his best friend's mistress, but is he really more in love with New York itself?
Mighty Aphrodite (1995)
A sports writer goes looking for the sex worker birth mother of his adopted son.
Radio Days (1987)
A young comics fan tries to escape from the suffocating influence of his Jewish family in Forties New York.
Scoop (2006)
Journalist comes back from dead to help solve murder mystery.
Sleeper (1973)
After going into hospital for minor surgery, a health store owner awakens in a strange future world.
Sweet And Lowdown (1999)
Imaginary biopic of a jazz musician.
Zelig (1983)
Pseudo-documentary charting the story of a man whose physical appearance changes so he resembles those around him.
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