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Woody Allen

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The artist's job is not to succumb to despair but to find an antidote for the emptiness of existence.

— Woody Allen

#artist #despair #emptiness #hope #art

I love nature, I just don't want to get any of it on me.

— Woody Allen

#humor #nature #humor

I should go to Paris and jump off of the Eiffel Tower. If I took the Concorde, I could be dead three hours earlier.

— Woody Allen


Your self-esteem is a notch below Kafka.

— Woody Allen

#cockroaches #self-esteem #absurd

Honey! Bring down a copy of my will - and an eraser!

— Woody Allen


Life is divided into the horrible and the miserable.

— Woody Allen

#horrible #into #life #miserable

I can't fight. I was once run over by a car with a flat tire, being pushed by two guys.

— Woody Allen


Honey, you're the one who stopped sleeping with me, OK? It'll be a year come April 20th. I remember the date exactly, because it was Hitler's birthday

— Woody Allen


Basically my wife was immature. I'd be at home in my bath and she'd come in and sink my boats.

— Woody Allen


There is no question that there is an unseen world. The problem is, how far is it from midtown and how late is it open?

— Woody Allen

#new-york-city #humor

About Woody Allen

Woody Allen Quotes

Did you know about Woody Allen?

He began to call himself Woody Allen. Allen Keaton and Roberts would reprise their roles in the film version of the play directed by Herbert Ross. 1980s
Allen's 1980s films even the comedies have somber and philosophical undertones with their influences being the works of European directors specifically Ingmar Bergman and Federico Fellini.

By the mid-1960s Allen was writing and directing films first specializing in slapstick comedies before moving into more dramatic material influenced by European art cinema during the 1970s. In the early 1960s Allen started performing as a stand-up comic emphasizing monologues rather than traditional jokes. Critic Roger Ebert has described Allen as "a treasure of the cinema".

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