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Damian Campo over 5 years ago
It totally reflects the style of Woody Allen movies. A lot of unexpected turns. A must see
Miles Ross over 5 years ago
Absolutely hilarious; a sidecracking satire of Russian literature and western thinking.
Austin almost 7 years ago
Not as funny or charming of a movie as Woody Allen is capable of making.
Saška Svirac 7 years ago
I <3 this
Natasha Marchev over 7 years ago
emilio murillo almost 8 years ago
One of the best, yet inexplicably, most underrated Woody Allen movies.
Marc Hyde 9 months ago
Daniel Camacho almost 3 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 3 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 3 years ago
Kamyar Askari almost 5 years ago
Boris De Decker over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 6 years ago
Simon Taylor almost 6 years ago
Scott Trinkle 6 years ago
Rosalio Galvan over 6 years ago
Carlos over 6 years ago
Tyler Nicholson almost 7 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff almost 7 years ago
Love and Death is a 1975 comedy film by Woody Allen. Starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, Love and Death is a satirical take on Russian epic novels. Coming in between Sleeper and Annie Hall, Love and Death is in many respects an artistic transition between the two. It is one of the last of Allen's movies that tries to get as many laughs as possible, but contains a lot of commentary on philosophy, a balance that Allen feels makes it one of his best and most personal films. Keaton and Allen, as Sonja and Boris, Russians living during the Napoleonic Era, engage in mock-serious philosophical debates. When Napoleon invades the Russian Empire during the Napoleonic wars, Boris Grushenko (Allen), a coward and pacifist scholar, is forced to enlist in the Russian Army, desperate and disappointed hearing the news that his cousin Sonja (Keaton) is to wed a herring merchant. He inadvertently captures a group of enemy soldiers, but to no avail, as the French army reaches Moscow immediately...
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