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Life, Movie-making and Basket-weaving according to Woody Allen

My reflection of the day, from Woody Allen. We’re all gonna wind up in a very bad position one day sooner or later. The only way to deal with it as an artist is to try to come up with … Continue reading

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2014 Allen’s Movie Marathon

What have I learned on life from the movies I’ve seen? What have I learned from the stories of love, sex and neurosis from Woody Allen? Who knows, more than “learn” I ought to use the word “influence”. What has … Continue reading

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Bananas –in Old San Juan

Woody Allen’s Bananas (1971) was, I recently discovered thanks to YouTube, shot in Old San Juan, and some other parts of Puerto Rico, notably the El Yunque Rainforest. The scene in the next video was shot close to where I … Continue reading

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With you it’s all nihilism, cynicism, sarcasm, and orgasm!

Image via Wikipedia This post began as a comment to Jim Groom’s “Broadway Danny Rose” article on bavatuesdays. Since I am too much of a Woody Allen’s lover, Jim’s post intrigued me quite much, and I felt driven to write … Continue reading

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