With her marriage to a financial crook in ruins and her life on the rocks, clueless Manhattan socialite Jasmine (Blanchett) is forced to shack up with her blue-collar half-sister in San Francisco.
Allen’s best film in years, astute, humane and shot through with keen observations on the state of the world. It may also, in its pondering the price of deceit and the pain of rebuilding a life from nothing, count as broad social allegory.
Reviewed by Simon Braund
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