Annie Hall ()

directed by Woody Allen
featuring Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Paul Simon

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Woody Allen's romantic comedy of the Me Decade follows the up and down relationship of two mismatched New York neurotics. Jewish comedy writer Alvy Singer (Allen) ponders the modern quest for love and his past romance with tightly-wound WASP singer Annie Hall (Diane Keaton, née Diane Hall). The twice-divorced Alvy knows that it's not easy to find a mate when the options include pretentious New York intellectuals and lifestyle-obsessed Rolling Stone writers, but la-di-dah-ing Annie seems different. Along the rocky road of ...

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nomadpi1

Feb 29, 2016

I Need The Eggs.

This is a hurtful comedy for those who seek the tie that binds, but being damaged people, always wind up alone. The movie was well written, the characters were well cast, and professionally acted. The plot was thoughtful, understood as each of us have these personal failures in melding two hearts. As with all of Woody's movies, the persistent thread of "trust betrayed" is woven thru out the tapestry. I watch the movie, along with Manhattan, every year or so. I would forego it, but I need the eggs.

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