(USA, 1977) romantic comedy
director: Woody Allen
screenplay: Woody Allen
screenplay: Marshall Brickman
director of photography: Gordon Willis
producer: Robert Greenhut
casting: Juliet Taylor
"Annie Hall" is definately the most crucial Woody Allen's
movie. Watching that movie we can not only laugh but also to learn
something. "Annie Hall" became a huge success with critisc
and audience. As Woody Allen says, this movie was a more mature
and more serious brand of humor.
Life of Alvy Singer, one of the most brilliant Manhattan comedians,
changes when his best friend Bob (Tony Roberts) introduces him
to a night club singer: Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). Alvy doesn't
realize, that he is really in love, untill Annie - looking for
a new experience and ... a new lover (Paul Simon) - leaves him.
Right after that Alvy is doing everything to be with Annie, the
most important person in his life, his true love.
Annie: You followed me. I can't believe it.
Alvy: I didn't follow you.
Annie: You followed me.
Alvy: Why? Because I was walking along the block behind you staring
at you? That's not following.
Annie: Well, what's your definition of following?
Alvy: Following is different. I was spying.
Hi, Hi, Hi.
Oh, hi, hi
Do you love me?
Love is too weak a word. I lerve you. You know, I lo-ove you.
I luff you. There are two "f's." I have to invent...
of course I love you.