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Decoding Late-Period Woody Allen
Richard Brody: "These later movies fall into two patterns. There's Analogue Woody ... and Symbolic Woody ... The difference is simple: the former films are stories of motives, the latter, stories of theories. The former emphasize writing as a way of exemplifying character; the latter films use situations and devices to embody ideas." The New Yorker 07/24/13
Posted July 26, 2013 12:49 AM

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