The great film critic Roger Ebert wrote: "Woody Allen has made [almost 50] movies; the best are "Annie Hall" (1976), "Hannah and Her Sisters" (1987), "Crimes and Misdemeanors" (1989) and "Match Point (2005)."
The DCJCC is offering us an opportunity to see Crimes and Misdemeanors, so let's take it. We'll have a dessert reception to socialize at 7:30 (hopefully on their beautiful steps if weather allows) and the film will take place at 8:45. (Maybe we can also plan a spot to meet earlier for those who want to do dinner.) The evening is being sponsored by Bike and Brunch, a mostly Jewish, mostly single social, cycling club in the DC area that has been doing its thing for almost 20 years.
Everyone is responsible for buying their own tickets. Here’s the discounted link for $8 'Bike and Brunch' tickets:
(The $8 tickets are also good for one showing of Manhattan at any point July 15-21).
This should be really fun. We would like to collect $2 at the reception this time to cover some costs.