One of Woody's ``chamber films'' with Farrow as the mousy, pampered wife of wealthy Hurt, trying to find herself, and contemplating the unthinkable--an extramarital affair. With that cast, it's certainly watchable, but the whimsy seems forced, the story overly familiar. Even Allen's usually infallible choice of soundtrack music is heavy-handed. Nice screen farewell for character actor Keye Luke, however. Judith Ivey has an unbilled cameo.