From 01.02. To 15.04.2017.
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Program of films with Woody Allen & Diane Keaton
"The Allen we love the most is the one for whom Manhattan becomes his natural habitat. Those were the days when he was a comedian who made films, and not a 'comic filmmaker' that he became. The latter is mentioned by Allen’s faithful collaborator, editor Ralph Rosenblum in his book 'When the Shooting Stops'. Thus Annie Hall, whose Manhattan-like manners are represented by his muse Diane Keaton, is reduced to a series of frantic anecdotes about existential fears, masturbation, sniffing cocaine, going to the movies, psychoanalysis and the likes. One-liners are sharper than the sharpest razorblade. In this film Keaton is an icon of style while her tweed jackets, khaki pants, white shirt, tie and black vest became for her what the little black dress was for Audrey Hepburn." (Dragan Rubeša)