"Don't get discouraged. You have your own personal vision."
Crimes and Misdemeanors is a film about the basic fact of life, basically what will you make of it. It skillfully weaves a number of different stories on the topic, including some short pieces like the family dinner conversation. It repeats the common positions and reminds us what they are. It does not answer the deep questions, that is not possible, except to the extent it raises them. It's a great movie that is deeply moving, deeply though-provoking, brilliantly acted and occasionally very funny. Overall, Crimes and Misdemeanors is definitely one of Woody Allen's best films.