87. Manhattan (1979)
Woody Allen’s Manhattan is a testament to the filmmaker’s ability to craft both hilarious and touching stories. The film echoes characters and sentiments from his earlier Annie Hall, but here seems t o approach them with more maturity. This further accentuates main character Isaac’s immaturity, already apparent in his December – May relationship with seventeen-year-old Tracy. Shot in beautiful black and white, this film deeply explores one man’s struggles with love and loss.