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Sunday, August 03, 2008


Here's the great opening of Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979).

Although, wouldn't it have been even better if Allen wasn't talking over the majority of it? That juxtaposition of Gershwin and New York is so innately powerful that it could have carried the entire sequence all by itself.


Blogger Kevin said...

I enjoyed that very much...especially after spending so much time in New York the past few weeks.

6:35 AM  

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