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The Pimp of the Perverse

If self is a location, so is love:
Bearings taken, markings, cardinal points,
Options, obstinacies, dug heels, and distance,
Here and there and now and then, a stance.
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Lyrical Prose

Film Friday #222

Manhattan (1979)

Middle-aged, divorced New Yorker, Isaac (Woody Allen) is shagging a seventeen year old girl (Mariel Hemmingway) who adores him and basically has no baggage. 911 more words


2014: 1986

Pancarte de “Hannah and her sisters” de Woody Allen 1986


Woody Allen and his Band turned the Monte-Carlo Opera into a Jazz Bar

Prolific filmmaker, actor, clarinet player and more

It has become the norm for Woody Allen to play shows abroad over the holiday break so after a concert in Spain he played with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band at the Salle Garnier in Monte-Carlo on Monday, December 29, 2014.  528 more words


Premiere Thursday for Thanksgiving.

For this week’s theme I have chosen to review Hannah and her sisters (1986); a Woody Allen’s movie set mostly in the time between two Thanksgivings which I consider one of his finest works. 278 more words

Premiere Thursday.

Top Five Favorite Thanksgiving Films

With Thanksgiving coming up, I thought I’d list 10 good Thanksgiving-themed films (or at least films in which Thanksgiving plays a major part if the majority of the film doesn’t occur on Thanksgiving).  109 more words

Film Tributes

Thanks, Woody, For The Perfect Thanksgiving Film

At some point during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, I will again honor a long-standing tradition and steal a couple of hours away from the rituals of family, food and football to wallow in the pleasures of Woody Allen’s… 2,066 more words

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