In a scene from the movie Manhattan Murder Mystery, Woody Allen and Diane Keaton are at a hockey…

In a scene from the movie Manhattan Murder Mystery, Woody
Allen and Diane Keaton are at a hockey game in Madison Square Garden. She is
obviously not enjoying herself, but he tells her: “Remember our deal. You stay
here with me for the entire hockey game, and next week I will come to the opera
with you and stay until the end.” Later, we see them coming out of the Met into
the deserted Lincoln Center Plaza while inside the music is still playing.
Keaton is visibly upset: “What about our deal? I stayed to the end of the
hockey game, and so you were supposed to stay till the end of the opera.” Allen
answers: “You know I can’t listen to too much Wagner. At the end of the first
act, I already felt the urge to invade Poland.” Comment on the strategic
choices made here by using your knowledge of the theory of strategic moves and
credibility.

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