Here’s what you need to get over the end of a love affair: chocolate; the entire John Hughes movie collection; comfy yoga pants; waterproof mascara; your best friend to remind you that IT’S. HIS. LOSS.; and a ridiculously beautiful duplex with views of Central Park, the Empire State building, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Granted, the last one’s not readily available for us mere mortals; but, if you have $65,000 a month to spend on a rental, here’s a place for you. The Fifth Avenue apartment where Anne Hathaway sought refuge in 2008 after her breakup with the debonair (but, apparently, up-to-no-good) businessman Raffaello Follieri — he pleaded guilty to money laundering, wire fraud, and conspiracy — is now available for rent. Apart from the extraordinary views, the property, which is represented by John Barbato of Stribling & Associates, also has marble floors, a large media room with an eight-foot projection screen, and a professional sound system. The place is huge (7750 square feet), so there will be plenty of room for friends, who’ll surely want to come over to cheer you up.