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Annie Hall
Annie Hall
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1977 -93 minutes


Director
Woody Allen


Genre(s)
Romance
Comedy

Country
United States


Studio
MGM Studios

Supplier
MGM


Rating
13 ans +

Format(s)
16 mm
VHS
DVD
35 mm
Liste
Blu-ray


Release Dates
In Theaters: 1977/04/20
In Stores: 2000/07/10

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Synopsis

Woody Allen cowrote, directed, and stars in this award-winning film as a kvetchy Brooklyn comedian wistfully recalling his bygone relationship with flighty, adorable, and irrepressibly midwestern (read: not Jewish) Annie Hall. The film marked a transition from Allen's earlier absurdist comedies to a richer vein of thoughtful consideration of relationships. The gentle narrative revolutionized the urban romantic-comedy genre, while Keaton's hip, man-tailored wardrobe set the 1977 fashion standard. The film is filled with memorable scenes and oft-quoted lines and features Allen talking right into the camera, a technique that was not commonplace at the time. Allen, playing comedian Alvy Singer, uses many of his stand-up comedy routines in the film as he woos the wonderful Diane Keaton, playing the title character, Annie Hall. As Alvy helps Annie mature, she grows apart from him, choosing to live in Southern California, which is the antithesis of his deep love for New York. The film features fabulous visual and verbal gags, a propensity for food scenes, and memorable cameos by the likes of Marshall McLuhan, Paul Simon, Christopher Walken, Truman Capote, Shelley Duvall, and others.

- Winner - 4 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress (Keaton)

''Utterly hilarious, yet it rings absolutely true. A true, and rare, must-see'.' --Christopher Null, FILMCRITIC.COM
''Can Woody Allen do wrong? There doesn't seem to be any question that his latest…will join the list of his other successes.''
--BOX OFFICE MAGAZINE



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