Stardust Memories

Friday, January 15 - Monday, January 18, 2016

35mm print

“The schlemiel strikes back: at critics, at sycophants, at pigeons (‘rats with wings’), and at a universe that can contain both Charlotte Rampling’s face and human-skin lampshades. Tactically adopting his most autobiographical persona yet, Allen finally lets his anger loose, and it dumps on everything with unaccustomed savagery. Crossed with the strain of vengeance are his own attempts to make a film (which looks like Art), and also his snagged-up relations with three different ladies. A movie of great moments rather than the coherence of Manhattan, as if acknowledging that Memory works best in fragments.” – Time Out (London)

Part of the series “Weekend Classics: Charlotte Rampling”

  • Country USA
  • Rating PG
  • Year 1980
  • Running Time 90 minutes
  • Director Woody Allen

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