About

After experiencing a traumatic misfortune, Jasmine French, a wealthy woman from New York, moves to San Francisco to live with her foster sister Ginger and the firm purpose of getting a new life, but she will be haunted by anxiety and memories of the past.

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Directed by

Woody Allen

Written by

Woody Allen (Screenplay)

Runtime

99 minutes

Country

United States of America

Language

English

Tagline

Blue Moon. I used to know the words. Now they’re all a jumble.

Cast

Keywords

sibling relationship husband wife relationship new york city working class san francisco, california riches to rags anxiety disorder narcissism wealthy woman

Photos

Lists

#17 on The 50 Most Critically-Acclaimed Films of 2013 They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?

#542 on The 21st Century Most Acclaimed Films They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?

Edgar Wright's 1000 favorite movies Edgar Wright

Awards

Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Cate Blanchett

Oscar nomination for Best Writing, Original Screenplay Woody Allen

Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role