Sunday, October 05, 2003

Anything Else

Tony Nigro of Flak Magazine takes on Woody Allen’s Anything Else. “Like its distant cousin Deconstructing Harry, Anything Else is best understood by the unpopular stance of admitting a distinction between Woody Allen the man and Woody Allen the character. Harry deconstructs the man, begging forgiveness for any links between his art and the tabloids. Seemingly in response, Anything Else deconstructs the character, giving us a grim view of who he might become.” Thanks to burningheart63 for the link.

philm shorts ::: from editor :::
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