Woody AllenSeptember 17, 2010 at 9:09 am | Posted in movies | Leave a comment
Tags: clarinet, death, jazz music, mortality, new york times, woody allen, you'll meet a tall dark stranger
NYTs has a great little interview with Woody Allen promoting his new movie, You’ll Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (out this coming Wednesday). The interview is interesting because Allen talks about getting older and his own mortality—relating it to the subject of his new movie. I love it so much because you can literally hear Woody Allen saying everything you read in the interview.
I’ve been such a Woody Allen fan for all of my life; it stems from my parents. What are your favorite Woody Allen movies? Mine would have to include: Annie Hall, Hannah and her Sisters, Manhattan Murder Mystery, and Vicky Cristina Barcelona.