Jazzville Skyline: “…woody!…woody!…woody!…”

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by rocky-o

If there was ever one director that beautifully captured pathos and heartfelt realism, along with all-out comedic brilliance, it’s Woody Allen…

In fact, the only thing that has been lacking in the ‘World Of Woody’ has been those wonderful extras on dvd’s that so many other directors inundate the playing fields with…On Woody movies, you’re most likely just treated to a trailer of the movie in question…

So, to quench the thirst of all those salivating raconteurs of fine cinema, Mr. Allen has finally opened up, in a big way…

A two-disc documentary, simply titled “Woody Allen: A Documentary”, has just been released, and, as a fan, critic and one of the salivating, let me tell you, it’s brilliant (and over 3 hours long)…

Woody begins by taking you through his childhood, through his days writing for ‘The New Yorker’, and eventually on to his first film, “Take The Money And Run”…

After that, it’s just a non-stop explosion of information, interviews, etc., that feature Mr. Allen, along with various other recognizable ‘Allen’ thespians, including Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, and Mariel Hemingway…and it doesn’t miss a beat…

From “Bananas” and “Sleeper”, to “Annie Hall”, “Manhattan”, “Zelig” and more, (including his latest Oscar-winning film, “Midnight In Paris”), this documentary will truly not disappoint any fan of Mr. Allen’s, or cinema in general…

And, like many of his films, it delivers the right amount of drama and sincerity, along with the perfect dose of laughter, to provide a spotlight on a life that rarely steps into one from this side of the camera…

It’s what we’ve been waiting for…and now, the wait is finally over…


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