What an interesting, funny book with one sad sad part-but that is described so clearly and with no self pity. I haven’t seen a great many of Woody Allen’s movies, maybe 7 or 8, but I intend now after reading his funny erudite account of his life and works to watch my way through his filmography.
I started tonight with Annie Hall which I first saw in the 80s (though in the late 70s wore fashion related to Diane Keaton’s wardrobe). Such great feeling and humour, also beautiful surroundings.
Shame, Amazon, that you’ve acted on blatant lies against Woody Allen.