A dark comedy about Max, who thinks Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" is a cautionary tale about the futility of romance. Just as he begins to suspect the movie is ruining his love life, his world is turned inside-out by a girl who just might be the modern equivalent of Annie Hall herself. Written by
Max built his world around "Annie Hall." Now, only one girl can prove life doesn't have to imitate art.
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Did You Know?
Max, the name of the protagonist, is also the name the Tony Roberts character calls Alvy Singer at the beginning of Annie Hall. "It's a good name for you," he tells him during a scene in which they walk and discuss antisemitism (a scene also echoed at the beginning of this film, along with many other structural and scene homages). See more
When Max is describing his group he says Sam is the "Alpha male" of the group, which primarily consists of "zeta males." The implication is the other males would be the lowest social caste, but that would be the "omega males" because Omega is the last letter in the Greek alphabet. Zeta is the 7th letter. See more
I get the sense there's a whole other side to your personality.
Uh, well, I hope he's a better dancer.
Written and Performed By Anthony Stephenson
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