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Genres: Drama , Comedy
Actors: Taylor Nichols , Chris Eigeman , Edward Clements , Carolyn Farina , Allison Parisi , Dylan Hundley , Isabel Gillies , Bryan Leder , Will Kempe , Ellia Thompson , Stephen Uys , Roger W. Kirby , Alice Connorton , Linda Gillies , John Lynch
Director: Whit Stillman
Country: United States
Year: 1990
IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 (4859 votes)

In an apartment on Manhattan a couple of friends from the New York upper-class meet almost every night to talk about social mobility, play bridge and discuss Fourier’s socialism; the cynic Nick, the philosophical Charlie, party girl Sally and austenite Audrey. They are joined by Tom. His background is much simpler and he is critical of their way of life. But he finds a soul mate in Audrey, who without his knowledge falls in love with him.

Film Review

This is a comic gem, an utterly charming diversion, a cunningly-wrought fable and a stealth classic that seems to have wandered out of a more sophisticated era of film.Some time in the recent past a group of young upper-crust Manhattanites attend debutante balls and gather afterwards to party, philosophize, gossip, bitch and fall in love. If that capsule description sounds unappealing, watch ten minutes and see if you aren't addicted.Of the four most important characters, three are adorably, refreshingly innocent, idealistic, striving to be virtuous – and the fourth is simply the greatest snob-fop-wasp acid-tongued cynic in cinema since the heyday of George Sanders and Clifton Webb, but still has a code of honour.Other reviewers have already invoked comparisons to Woody Allen and Jane Austen and I can't readily think of anything more apt. Perhaps a funnier, anglo Eric Rohmer? In modern cinema Whit Stillman's dialogue is only rivalled by Allen's. It is elegant, witt…

I saw this movie about ten years ago now and it is still on my mind. The quiet cinematography places it somewhere between film noir and a movie like ‘Hanna and her Sisters,’ and maybe even with a subdued atmosphere version of "The Game" (Michael Douglas). Most people who’ve lived in a bigger city and went to college and aspired to do more with their lives when young adults will be absorbed by this film. One can relate to one (or more) of the characters, but for me it was removed just enough from my past that I could look at it historically, like a version of what I had been through. It is open to interpretation by the viewer as it goes along, or should I say open to identification with the situation and characters. I was the poor guy in the movie. This is really a psychological drama, with a cruel twist at the end. The movie was strangely captivating and yet the viewer doesn’t know where it’s going to go next. This is not because of the setting—it’s not some high-a…