This fascinating documentary examines the creative life of the multi-hyphenate filmmaker from his early years, to his days writing for TV and doing stand up to his recent Oscar® win for Midnight in Paris. Woody's impressive four-decade career is illustrated with countless clips:1965's What's New Pussycat? (an experience that convinced him never to write anything he didn't direct); early-'70s comedies Bananas and Sleeper; megahit Annie Hall (1977); the Bergman-influenced Interiors (1978); his hometown homage Manhattan (1979); the 1986 Oscar-winner Hannah and Her Sisters; the London-set Match Point (2005); the Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem-starrer Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) - the list is as rich as it is long. Director Robert Weide includes interviews with Woody's mother, his sister and producing partner Letty Aronson, his managers, a plethora of actors (Diane Keaton, Scarlett Johansson, Owen Wilson) and, of course, the man himself.
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