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Bergman's remake of "Sex and the city"
As you peek into an another episode from the life of Woody Allen, the first thing you'll notice is the rich cinematography (obviously influenced by Bergman which is proved by some remarks on account of him during the film). Another thing that contributes to the overall vibe of the movie is a quality smooth jazz soundtrack.
Although visually stunning and iconic, this flick does have a slight drawback which is the screenplay. Despite Allen's never disappointing deadpan humor and his natural delivery of the lines, the story does tend to get a bit predictable at times.
But the thing that gives this movie its true quality is a beautiful portrayal of New York, especially in the opening sequence.