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Natasha Marchev 6 years ago
staggering picture about complexity and unpredictability of relationship
Jordan Olinski over 3 years ago
Boris De Decker over 4 years ago
Mauro de Carvalho over 4 years ago
Sven Delarivière over 5 years ago
EJ Strauss almost 6 years ago
Bonni Thompson almost 6 years ago
Matteo Satta almost 6 years ago
bethswald almost 6 years ago
Craig Bunn 6 years ago
Miso Titou 6 years ago
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Natalie almost 7 years ago
David Jovanovic over 7 years ago
Melinda and Melinda is a 2004 film written and directed by Woody Allen. It was premiered at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. The film is set in Manhattan and stars Radha Mitchell as the protagonist Melinda, in two storylines; one comic, one tragic. Chloë Sevigny, Jonny Lee Miller, and Chiwetel Ejiofor star in the tragedy story alongside Mitchell, while Will Ferrell, Amanda Peet, and Steve Carell star in the comedy story. The film was given a limited release in the United States on March 18, 2005. The premise of the film is stated by a group of four writers conversing over dinner at the beginning of the film. The question arises: Is life naturally comic or tragic? One of the four proposes a simple story (a distraught woman knocks on a door and disrupts a dinner party) and the two prominent playwrights in the group begin telling their versions of this story, one being comic and one tragic. Woody Allen said in Conversations with Woody Allen that he wanted to cast Winona...
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