Margot and Lou have been married for almost 5 years and they're still deeply in love. "I love you so much." "I love you more." The goopy love talk is pretty much a constant with them... except that there are times when Margot isn't sure if it's just become a meaningless habit.
To Rome With Love is a silly, clever love letter to Rome in classic Woody Allen style. Although we're following four different wacky stories, Woody keeps us engaged with unexpected plot twists and clever dialogue.
While Tanya Wexler's new film Hysteria is at times a hysterical romantic comedy, it also skillfully navigates important issues about class and medical practices in the 1880s, and takes a good look at women's rights in general.
As Sonny desperately struggles to build his dream by rebuilding the shambles of a hotel bequeathed to him by his father, the six retirees and one medical traveler all go their separate ways, each in search of something they may not know they're searching for.