Woody Allen and Diane Keaton 1977

Woody Allen and Diane Keaton 1977


By: Art Zelin

Edition of 100

Size : 13 x 19 inches framed

Stamped and signed by the Estate of Art Zelin

Chromogenic print

Estimated Delivery:
13 - 20 Jul, 2024
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Woody Allen and Diane Keaton flee the crowd in the back of their Rolls at 1977 Annie Hall premiere

Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) stands in front of an orangey sort of backdrop and tells us, the movie audience, the joke about two women at a Catskill resort. “The food,” says the first woman, “is terrible.” “Yes,” the second woman agrees, “and the portions are so small.”

This, says Alvy Singer, is just about the way he feels about life. It’s not great–in fact, it’s pretty evenly divided between the horrible and the miserable–but as long as it’s there, he wants more.

In this fashion, Woody Allen introduces us to the particular concerns of his fine new film, “Annie Hall,” a comedy about urban love and incompatibility that finally establishes Woody as one of our most audacious film makers, as well as the only American film maker who is able to work seriously in the comic mode without being the least bit ponderous.

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