Jan 14, 2012

Woody Allen: cinema’s great experimentalist
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Entertainment

Via Scoop.itOn Hollywood Film Industry

Since the ‘early, funny’ films, Allen’s subject-matter has matured, but there’s a line of comic genius that runs from Sleeper through to Midnight in Paris   Thomas Hobbes declared that all laughter depends on sudden contempt, that flash of superiority when the other chap slips on the banana skin and we don’t. When we smile, we show our teeth. For this reason he warned against the self-deprecatory gag, for after all who wishes to pull down contempt on himself? No one seems to have told Woody Allen.   …
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