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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex *But Were Afraid to Ask, 1972

Twitching, pink-eared rabbits crowd the opening credits begetting on a monstrous scale to Cole Porter’s Let’s Misbehave. Expectations are secured; let the scratching of the eternal itch commence.  Woody Allen’s adaptation followed three years of  roaring success of Dr. David … Continue reading

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Play It Again, Sam, 1972

In today’s Observer interview Woody Allen speaks about how meeting Diane Keaton transformed how he thought about writing women and how that came to affect his filmmaking: “They were cardboard figures before her, and I made no effort to change … Continue reading

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