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  • Actors: Richard Gere, Winona Ryder, Anthony LaPaglia, Elaine Stritch, Vera Farmiga
  • Directors: Joan Chen
  • Writers: Allison Burnett
  • Producers: Amy Robinson, Andre Lamal, Gary Lucchesi, Richard S. Wright, Ronald M. Bozman
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: January 2, 2001
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CXL7
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,005 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Autumn in New York" on IMDb

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Before he met her, he was convinced that no love could last forever. Now, he'd give anything to prove himself wrong. Richard Gere (Runaway Bride) and Golden GlobeÂ(r) winner Winona Ryder (Girl, Interrupted) star in this tender, compelling love story that will stir your soul and touch your heart. At 48 years old, Manhattan restaurateur Will Keane (Gere) is handsome, successful, single and determined to keep it that way. A consummate playboy who's perfected the art of casual romance, Will adores women, but has never thought seriously about marriage or commitment until he meets Charlotte Fielding (Ryder). Charming, vivacious and radiantly beautiful, Charlotte is unlike anyone Will's ever known before, and as their relationship blossoms from a heated one-night stand into something rare and wonderful, they both realize that this love will last a lifetime. But, for Charlotte, a lifetime may be much shorter than either of them is prepared to accept.

Customer Reviews

Everything -- dialogue, sets, acting -- seems faked and artificial.
Thomas M. Sipos
I will not spoil the plot for you, but I must warn you that the ending is one of the movie's parts where something seems to be missing.
Matthew Horner
I thought all of it - the acting, the directing, the cinematography, the story - everything about this film, was excellent.
Straight Shaun

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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Straight Shaun on November 10, 2001
Format: DVD
I never did get all the negativity surrounding this movie, and having just seen it again recently, I have to say I still don't.
I've never disagreed so strongly with seemingly widespread opinion like this before (not with it being negative and me being positive anyway), but I do disagree. With just about every criticism levelled at this wonderful film, which ended up being one of my favorites of 2000. I thought all of it - the acting, the directing, the cinematography, the story - everything about this film, was excellent. The unfairness of the frequent personal attacks aside (like against Richard Gere, or Allison Burnett, or any of the other talent involved in this film), I think the majority of complaints about this film are just mass negative-bandwagon jumping (and maybe some sort of Hollywood political idiocy). I'm a guy, and I normally don't like "chick flicks" at all, but I loved this one, and it was the first one I remember that got to me emotionally since "Terms of Endearment" back in 1983. It works in spades. If you haven't seen it yet, go into it with an open mind and don't let what seems to be mass opinion sway you before the initial credits roll. Judging from my own personal experience and acquaintances, there are plenty of folks that adore this film, they're just not as vocal.
If I have any complaint about the film at all, it's with the editing mangling that MGM enforced on the film just prior to its semi-troubled release. It's quite readily apparent, even to the untrained eye. I sincerely wish I could one day see this movie as it was intended, via some Director's Cut release or such, even if I know that's not likely at this point.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Townsend on August 24, 2005
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I was prepared to hate this movie based on what I had read here. I only watched it because a friend recommended it for the scenery as we don't actually have a 'Fall' where I live. However, it is beautiful from start to finish in every way. I hate sappy, sad movies. I used to hate Richard Gere. So, you see, for me this film had a lot to overcome and it sure won me over. The scenery is beautiful. The relationship is too. The gray-haired Richard Gere is nothing like the young Richard Gere of The French Lieutenant's Woman, First Knight, or even Pretty Woman. The gray-haired Richard Gere is more subtle and in my opinion much better looking. Yes, the romance is unlikely. Richard Gere is 48 and Winona Ryder is 22. But, this actually does happen especially in Hollywood. Gere & Ryder make the relationship believable despite it's contrived beginning. You really do want this relationship to go on forever. Don't judge this film based on what anyone has said. Rent it, borrow it, or buy it and form your own opinion.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jules S. Korzeniowski on April 15, 2001
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The DVD could have more special features; a commentary by the Director (Joan Chen); interviews with the principal actors; commentary by the composer. Out takes. We get none of these. But the film is well crafted, very well written and entertaining. So this purchase is a good one.
On its beautiful surface, Autumn in New York is a typical romance. From the colors-all golden-red (leaves), plum-colored (dresses, sweaters), warm orange (lamps), subtle charcoal grays, elegant blacks, rich ivories, and crystalline whites-to the pale beauty of the ingenue (Charlotte), often the brightest image on the screen and therefore the place to which our eye is naturally drawn. Will with his thick silver mane, mature good looks and urbane way, complements her perfectly. But this is a subtle, sly film and not everything is what it seems. The director (Chen) tells us as much in a brief transition scene when a briskly walking Charlotte slows to ask an elderly woman on the street if she needs help shortly after we have seen Charlotte herself collapse in the previous scene. Charlotte is a woman-child contradiction, sometimes having more in common with the children (her bedtime-story butterfly scene) of Will's contemporaries than with Will himself ("I'm a creep. You're a kid.").
The story and dialogue are spiced with irony and delicious inversions. Charlotte for all her seemingly naïve "wow"ness seems to control the outcome of most events planned by Will. In their first extended conversation (on the phone) he points out that she says "wow" an awful lot. ("You're all grown up now. When is that going to stop.") But when she emerges from the limo in a gown he bought for their date, it is his turn to say "wow." (You will too when you see Ryder in the dress).
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Moviebuffer101 on December 13, 2002
Format: DVD
Okay "AUTUMN IN NEW YORK" is for some strange reason one of those movies that many hate. It's like a few say they hate it, and like the flu it spreads. Then becomes some kind of conspiracy. I really think the negativity behind the films release had alot to do with viewers and critic's not giving it a chance. The negativity in the films release was that it was not released for "pro" critic's before it was released to the public. Meaning Mr. Ebert & Roeper ect. saw it when it was put out for public viewing and not before like they are used to. People continued to hear bad things about the movie, so it became a bad movie based on people's opinions. Most people 'of which' may not have even seen the movie for themselves. It's ashame because it's not a horrible movie like they say. Also the chemistry between RICHARD GERE & WINONA RYDER was o. k., they are nearly 25 years apart in age. How much romantic chemistry would you expect them to have in their case? The film features some nice cinematography of New York in the fall season. The "Twin Towers" have a cameo appearance pre 9-11. It also has a likable soundtrack and supporting cast too. The over all look of the film is stylish. Nice work from director Joan Chen. However the rumored Winona Ryder nude scene could have been left in. I guess she STOLE enough of the movie fully clothed. Other than that 3 stars and a half for Autumn in New York. Answer to the title question is.. NO!!
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