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7/17 Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Woody Allen

Posted by novoscene on July 17, 2008

By most accounts, Annie Hall and Manhattan are Woody Allen’s best movies (although to be honest, I think Celebrity and Sweet and Lowdown are tops). The flicks catch Allen at the height of his mature neuroticism, after the slapstick of What’s Up Tiger Lily and before the “just a little too dry” newer stuff like Cassandra’s Dream.  Both screen tonight as part of BAM/PFA’s 90 year anniversary tribute to United Artist Films.  Check ’em out.  Cuz anxiety,  depression and angst of this magnitude deserves to be seen on the big screen at least once. -kwan

Annie Hall’s Best scenes: (Best Line “We’ll kiss now, we’ll get it over with then we’ll go eat, we’ll digest our food better.”)

6:30 pm
Annie Hall
8:30 pm
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2625 Durant Avenue #2250, Berkeley, CA


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