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Analyzing Woody Allen: The Early Years

“We enjoy your films. Particularly the early funny ones”. This quote from Woody Allen’s Stardust Memories (1980), seems to perfectly summarise how some people felt after Woody released that movie, which showed the first clear departure from the chiefly comedic style that had served him so well throughout the 1970’s. But of course, they weren’t all just simple comedies, there was a lot more to them than that, so I thought I’d dive straight into the wonderful world of early Woody Allen films, and exactly what it is that’s in them, and that seems to make them so good.

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alycakes3917d ago

I never was much of a Woody Allen fan but I did like Annie Hall and Manhattan. Never saw Love and Death. I guess I should have since I like just about anything Diane Keaton is in.