Is it possible to be relevant as an artist and popular with the masses? More importantly, is it possible to sympathize with such a rich and famous dilemma? Woody Allen stars as filmmaker Sandy Bates, who dreams of doing more serious work after a string of comedic successes. And when your fans, critics and studio execs are against you, there's only one place to turn - into the arms of a beautiful woman. Or three. Maybe that whole "success" thing has its perks after all.