SHOOT THE MOON
1982, Warner Bros., 124 min, USA, Dir: Alan Parker

Alan Parker (MISSISSIPPI BURNING) helms this drama by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Bo Goldman (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST) about the deterioration of a dysfunctional couple and the emotional toll the separation has on their four daughters. Finney gives a devastating performance as George Dunlap, successful writer and adulterous husband to Faith (Diane Keaton). Karen Allen and Peter Weller costar. "SHOOT THE MOON contains a raw emotional power of the sort we rarely see in domestic dramas.” - Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times.


REDS
1981, Paramount, 195 min, USA, Dir: Warren Beatty

A love triangle between radical journalist John Reed (Warren Beatty, who also produced, directed and cowrote the film), socialite Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton) and playwright Eugene O'Neill (Jack Nicholson) gives a human dimension to this insightful look at the birth of communism. Framing the narrative are remembrances from a number of Reed’s contemporaries, whose perspectives bring the era’s optimism and disappointments into even sharper focus. The film earned 12 Academy Award nominations, including wins for Beatty’s direction, Maureen Stapleton’s supporting performance (as activist Emma Goldman) and Vittorio Storaro’s breathtaking cinematography.


MANHATTAN
1979, Park Circus/MGM, 96 min, USA, Dir: Woody Allen

Director Woody Allen is a divorced New York City comedy writer interacting with a divergent variety of friends and lovers in this biting comedy-drama about relationships. Costarring a dream cast, including Diane Keaton, Meryl Streep, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Murphy and Tisa Farrow. Shot by Gordon Willis in rapturously beautiful B&W.


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