We have no doubt that this movie is frequently discussed, analyzed and deconstructed in film schools around the country. It deserves to be … it is a masterful cinematic study of the clash of passion and societal convention in late 19th century New York City. We've designated it as "Tribute-worthy" for a less cerebral reason – it's a beautiful movie. Beautiful sets. Beautiful cinematography. Beautiful lighting. Beautiful props. Beautiful costumes. Beautiful actors. Beautiful love story. We think you'll agree. Enjoy our Tribute to The The Age of Innocence.