Sweet and Lowdown

Woody Allen's affectionate, pseudo-documentary centres on Emmet Ray (Sean Penn), "the second best jazz guitarist in the world", a '30s music virtuoso with a stormy personal life that includes drunkeness, thievery and failed relationships with socialite writer Uma Thurman and mute laundress Samantha Morton.

Year: 1999
Genre: Comedy, Mockumentary
Country: USA
Director: Woody Allen
Starring: Anthony LaPaglia, Samantha Morton, Sean Penn, Uma Thurman, Gretchen Mol, John Waters, Woody Allen
Duration: 92 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level offensive language.
Location in store: Comedy Romance (Woody Allen)
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