“It’s a strange picture. A melancholic dirge in the guise of a comic bauble, at once light as a feather and pitilessly sad, Café Society is Woody Allen’s best since Midnight In Paris. They’ll make a great double bill someday, both films interrogating a warm and fuzzy nostalgia that’s incredibly soothing and ultimately useless.” – WBUR’s The ARTery, 07/22/2016

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