|Woody Allen's cut-and-staple editing method.|
"Woody Allen: A Documentary" is one more addition to I dream lo-tech's Typewriter Film series. Thanks to my student and fellow film buff John Christman for the lead.
I was too young to appreciate “Annie Hall" (1977) and “Manhattan" (1979), will need to view them again. That said, the Woody Allen films I did like are the recent “Vicky, Christina, Barcelona" (2008) and “Midnight in Paris" (2011). I also enjoyed his 1997 film “Deconstructing Harry." My favorite scene was when Woody’s character Harry Block, who suffers from chronic writer's block(!), got “out-of-focus.” Watch this clip:
* Typecast via Royal Caravan