Annie Hall

Director: Woody Allen Run Time: 93 min. Format: 35mm Rating: PG Release Year: 1977

Starring: Carol Kane, Christopher Walken, Diane Keaton, Jeff Goldblum, Paul Simon, Shelly Duvall, Tony Roberts, Woody Allen

Jeff Goldblum forgets his mantra in Woody Allen’s quintessential New York love story ANNIE HALL. A 35mm presentation!

New York neurotic tendencies run rampant in Annie Hall where Woody Allen shows us the beginning, evolvement, and ultimate ending to one couple’s relationship. It’s a deep film with a range of humor (the scenes of Singer’s childhood in Coney Island with his family are particularly funny) that has become a portrait of a 1970s couple who, despite loving each other, can’t make it work. This story, full of laughter and tears, is relatable to any generation and like Allen says, we stick with relationships because, well, we need the eggs.

Jeff Goldblum’s appearance as a Los Angeles cliche at a Hollywood party may be small but it sure is memorable.

Part of Nitehawk’s THE WORKS: JEFF GOLDBLUM (BARELY GOLDBLUM & FULL GOLDBLUM) brunches and midnites throughout May and June!

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