Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

Manhattan , 1979

In Uncategorized on February 4, 2011 at 6:04 pm

Mary Wilke: I was tired of submerging my identity to a very brilliant, dominating man. He’s a genius.
Isaac Davis: Oh really, he was a genius, Helen’s a genius and Dennis is a genius. You know a lot of geniuses, y’know. You should meet some stupid people once in a while, you know, you could learn something.

I have always admired Woody Allen’s work and especially his “Diane Keaton ” period which last more than 10 years with memorable movies such as Manhattan , Annie Hall ,  Love and Death , Sleeper , Interiors …

The opening scene of Manhattan is , in my point of view , one of the greatest scene of the history of cinema.

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