Coup de Chance – ‘stroke of luck’ in French – is written and directed by Woody Allen. Critics, including our own venerable veteran David Stratton, have said it is could well be his last and best movie. Its themes – love, marriage, infidelity, the lives of wealthy sophisticates and above all the role played by luck in human affairs – are highly reminiscent of Match Point, a similar domestic crime thriller which has hitherto been my favourite. My jury is still out as to whether Coup de Chance is better.