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New York StoriesThe film is divided into three stories, each exploring a different aspect of life in the Big Apple. A middle-aged artist obsessed with his pretty young assistant, a precocious 12 year old living in a hotel, and a neurotic lawyer with a possessive mother make up three Gotham tales.
Actors of "New York Stories"
Characters of "New York Stories"
Directors of "New York Stories"Woody AllenBirthdate: 1 December 1935, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USAFrancis Ford CoppolaBirthdate: 7 April 1939, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Creators of "New York Stories"Richard PriceBirthdate: 12 October 1949, The Bronx, New York, USAWoody AllenBirthdate: 1 December 1935, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "New York Stories"Chicago ReaderDecember 11, 2007
Whether it happened by chance or design, the sketches have more than just New York in common: all three have something to do with middle age, as well as with romantic relationships.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Only Woody Allen seems to have understood what is possible in a featurette.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
It's still too early to tell whether the cheering New York Stories will be a box-office hit, but one can hope.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
New York Stories consists of three films, one good, one bad, one disappointing.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
Allen's contribution is the only one that can be counted as a genuine success.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
A novel and fascinating foray into highly stylized, highly personal filmmaking.TV GuideDecember 11, 2007
All three films are in different ways concerned with how love affects their central characters, and all three are predictably stylish.Movie ViewsNovember 03, 2006
Each film is distinct from the other in its tone, which in some ways is good, but it also hinders any rhythm from emerging other than the fact that this club loves a certain city.Kalamazoo GazetteSeptember 27, 2003
As Meatloaf once said, two out of three ain't badMountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)November 05, 2002
Worth it for the Allen episode.Montreal Film JournalSeptember 10, 2002
Have a blast with the first story, fast-forward through the second and check out the last.Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)August 30, 2002
Two out of three ain't bad.
Gallery of "New York Stories"