Donald Clarke

Whingeing about cinema and real life since 2009

You will meet Woody Allen

Josh Brolin, star of yesterday’s post and Woody Allen’s ho-hum new film You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, is back on stage again. But Mr Allen is the star of the show. Here he is photographed brilliantly by me. …

Sat, May 15, 2010, 22:44

   

Josh Brolin, star of yesterday’s post and Woody Allen’s ho-hum new film You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, is back on stage again. But Mr Allen is the star of the show. Here he is photographed brilliantly by me. Woody, who was on very good form, mused amusingly about death and decay and generally came across as an agreeably smart piece of work. All of which must have been a delight to…

…Mr Jason Solomons of The Observer, who would, I’m sure, not object to being described as the biggest Woody Allen fan in the world. Jason, also chair of the London Film Critics’ Circle, happily owns up to having a photo of Woody by his bedside. When Screenwriter asked him for a journalistic action shot, he gleefully adopted the persona of the most eager boy in the class. He’s a good egg, that Jason.

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