Autumn In New York stars the reliable Richard Gere as an obscenely glamorous New York restaurateur named Will who has a long tradition of treating women badly. Into his life steps the winsome Charlotte (Ryder), who is fast achieving municipal fame with her line of futuristic chapeaux (they actually look more like lamps or cake ornaments than serviceable headgear, but no matter). Gere is right in his element as the elegant epicure. Imbued with a middle-aged hunkiness rarely seen outside of David Bowie's neighbourhood, Will exudes such suaveness that merely chatting with him about contemporary hat design gives Charlotte an attack of the hiccups.


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