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Woody Allen: A Photographic Celebration

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Length: 542 pages39 minutes

Summary

“I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work . . . I want to achieve it through not dying.” Woody Allen has been one of the most well-regarded filmmakers since his debut in 1965 with What’s Up, Tiger Lily? He hit his stride by focusing on the inner neuroses of the average New Yorker with such classics as Annie Hall, Manhattan, and Manhattan Murder Mystery.
This rich collection features three hundred color photographs interspersed with quotes from famous actors that have worked with him, such as Chitwetel Ejiofor, Billy Crystal, Diane Keaton, and Mira Sorvino. It makes a wonderful gift for any film or photography buff to have in his or her collection.

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