Tonight at 6:30PM, the Walter Reade Theater is showing Martin Scorsese's wrenching film, of The Age of Innocence. Edith Wharton's novel about society, class, and love found (what was then) a suprisingly faithful and sumptuousadaptation from Scorsese and screenwriter Jay Cocks. Gothamist likes the title credit sequence by Saul Bass and Elaine Bass that sums up the passion of the film: Flowers blooming in high speed, with lace ghosted over them. Even after ten years, we still remember it.
Or if you'd like to do something more social tonight, you could go to the launch party for City Center Access.