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Don't look now, but September's more than halfway over! Seize the day with a September movie for any mood.
If you’re having a… dramatic September: Watch September, the 1987 Woody Allen drama about six houseguests uncovering each other’s secrets over a rainy New England weekend. Allen’s comedies are better-loved than his dramas, but this one features excellent character work from some of his finest players, including Mia Farrow, Elaine Stritch and Law & Order’s Sam Waterston.
If you’re having a… kitschy September: Watch Come September, a 1961 Rock Hudson comedy about hijinks at an Italian villa. Gina Lollobrigida plays the leading lady (naturally, since it’s a '60s movie set in Italy), but the chemistry between young co-stars Bobby Darin and Sandra Dee is the real attraction: they met on set and married shortly afterwards.
If you’re having a… busy September: Run to your local theater to catch The September Issue, this year’s acclaimed documentary about the assembly of Vogue Magazine’s biggest-ever issue. Watching notorious perfectionist Anna Wintour boss people around for 90 minutes might even make you feel better about your own job.
What kind of September are you having? Chime in below!