New Yorkers eschew morning sex, stumble out en masse past their snoring, pallid partners for triple espressos. … If you’re feeling plucky, put on a snood and head to the Film Forum, where they’re screening the 1933 classic Baby Face with Barbara Stanwyck, which The Times describes as “one of the most stunningly sordid films ever made, a standout even among the wave of risqué entertainments that filled American screens in the early years of the Depression. …” Zoinks! Just don’t let our big-cheese editor put his paws in your popcorn.
[209 West Houston Street, www.filmforum.org]