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Diane Keaton: "Hey, I'm honest. What do you want? I say
what's on my mind, and if you can't take it, well then f***
Woody Allen: "And I like the way you express yourself,
too, ya know, it's pithy and degenerate. You get many dates?
I don't think so."
Keaton: "No, I do. I, actually, now I do. You'd never
believe this, but I never thought I was very pretty. Oh!
What is pretty anyway? I mean, I hate being pretty. It's all
so subjective anyway."
Anne Byrne Hoffman as Emily: "He was given to fits of
rage, Jewish, liberal paranoia, male chauvinism,
self-righteous misanthropy, and nihilistic moods of despair.
He had complaints about life, but never any solutions. He
longed to be an artist, but balked at the necessary
sacrifices. In his most private moments, he spoke of his
fear of death, which he elevated to tragic heights, when, in
fact, it was mere narcissism."
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Woody Allen: "You said that the other day. I didn't know
what the hell it meant then, either."
Michael Murphy: "You are so self-righteous, ya know. I
mean, we're just people! We're just human beings! Ya know?
You think you're God!"
Woody Allen: "I, I gotta model myself after someone."
Woody Allen: "I got an unbelievable story to tell ya.
Woody Allen: "You guys – you should get your story
straight, ya know? Don't you rehearse?"
Woody Allen: "I came here to strangle you."
Meryl Streep as Jill: "Nothing I wrote was untrue."
Mariel Hemingway as Tracy: "Mmmm, I like it when you get
an uncontrollable urge."
Woody Allen: "Yeah, I know. It's my best feature."
Woody Allen: "What's the matter?"
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Woody Allen: "All right, why is life worth living? That's
a very good question. Um... Well, there are certain things,
I guess, that make it worthwhile. Uh, like what? Okay, um,
for me... uh, I would say... Groucho Marx, to name one
thing, uh, um, and Willie Mays, and, um, the 2nd movement of
the Jupiter Symphony, and, uh, Louie Armstrong recording of
Potatohead Blues, um, Swedish movies, naturally, Sentimental
Education by Flaubert, uh, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, um,
those incredible apples and pears by Cézanne, uh, the crabs
at Sam Wo's, um, Tracy's face..."
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