Thursday, March 28, 2013
Post-film discussion with The Strokes’ Albert Hammond, Jr.! 35mm print
“Allen’s second feature, a tribute to the Marx Brothers’ Duck Soup, is a wonderfully incoherent series of one-liners centred around a puny New York Jew’s unwitting and unwilling involvement in a South American revolution. The revolutionary party’s new policies are an absurd comment on the corruption of power, especially when everyone is informed that the official, non-decadent language of the country will be Swedish.” – Time Out (London)
- Country USA
- Year 1971
- Running Time 82 minutes
- Director Woody Allen
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