A director is forced to work with his ex-wife, who left him for the boss of the studio bankrolling his new film. But the night before the first day of shooting, he develops a case of psychosomatic blindness.
Two of the actresses in Woody Allen's "Oedipus Wrecks" segment were famous for voicing two female animated characters. Mae Questel and Julie Kavner have voiced Betty Boop and Marge Simpson respectively. See more »
[Seeing a patrol car with two policemen in it]
Kiss the driver on the mouth. Then we'll talk.
[Disbelieving the request and laughing nervously]
Come on, and show me how much you love me.
[Shaken and laughing nervously. After a pause]
What if I do? Huh?
Then I'll know your love is true, and if you don't, your name is King Bullshit, and I pack.
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Coppola's segment introduces cast and crew members only by their first name during the opening titles. See more »
Three stories, Scorcesse/Woody Allen/& Francis Ford Copola...Martin Scorcesse's dealt with cosmopolitan talent by way of artistic integrity, a piece of delicate Lalique is less fragile than the characters in this episode...Nick Nolte needs to come to grips with it..the simple fact is that HE'S HORNY!! Francis Ford Copola's segment dealt with the Park Ave elite being rather eccentric...A nice life, even divorce and forms of child neglect have a very intriguing spin to them, when money is relatively no object, and culture has limitless bounds!! Woody Allen's segment dealt with the occult, wishes were reality and reality was taking a sebaticle...The Jewish Mother is so loving, she is relentless in driving her son crazy!!...Believe me, this problem is a nice one to have...The best line in this segment being..."What do need to marry a blonde with four kids for, You're not an Astronaut"..What wins out in the end is the theme song to this segment..."I want a girl just like the girl who married dear old dad" AND THE WINNER IS: MARTIN SCORCESSE!!!
Scocesse's segment dealt with the demented concept that everything in life takes a back seat to an obsession...(For some people anyway) a sexual obsession,,,that is usually the favorite...The intensity of emmotions that Nolte and Arquette displayed are truly Life Lessons indeed...SO THE NOD GOES TO THE OBSESSION!!
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