Dir. Woody Allen. 1977, 93 mins. 35mm. With Diane Keaton, Woody Allen. The first of seven collaborations between Gordon Willis and Woody Allen, Annie Hall remains the director’s masterpiece, a kaleidoscopic romantic comedy and memory film with a loose structure grounded by Willis’s warm, controlled palette.
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