Woody Allen returns to another of his favorite subjects, upper-class New York socialites, for Blue Jasmine. Cate Blanchett puts on an American accent to star in the film, which looks outwardly like a pretty straightforward tale of privilege: when she suddenly loses all her riches, Jasmine has a breakdown and is forced to go live in San Francisco with her sister's working-class home, and her working-class boyfriend (played by) Andrew Dice Clay. There, she openly regards herself as being above her hosts, but you know how these prince-to-pauper things go--assumably she'll learn some important moral lessons from these plebs.
Running time: 1 hr 38 mins
Show time is 7:00 pm. Let's gather in the lobby 15-20 minutes before show time. Afterwards, we can go to Lilly's Pizza for food/drink/discussion.