Sweet And Lowdown

Woody Allen's least perfunctory film in years is also the first since BULLETS OVER BROADWAY to escape contemporary New York and Allen's usual neurotic, Upper-East-Side navel gazers. Affectionate, melancholy and anchored by a well thought-out performance from Sean Penn, it purports to look at the life and legend of an obscure jazz musician named Emmet Ray...read more

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