Director/Writer: Woody Allen
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While he is a genius in his own right he also can do wrong (To Rome with Love), but as long as Woody keeps churning out a new title (his average is about one every 18 months) we’ll be among the patronage. We’re curious to see what kind of neurotic characters vet thesps Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin got to play – how Louis C.K. figures into the scheme of things, and curious to see if the landmark of the Golden Gate might be beautified to the degree that the Manhattan Bridge was when he included it in his 1979 classic.
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