Film History and Meaning : How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

I am currently studying film and have asked to research a director, for this i have chosen Woody Allen. The focus statement i have chosen for this is. Love:the true meaning behind a Woody Allen film.

I would like to find out how Woody Allen represents love in his film and what affect this gives to the audiences.

Re: How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

His movies are bitter sweet. I say this because he presents love (in my opinion) as a spontaneous, real-at-the-moment, kind of emotion. Love is like water kinda. It flows freely and naturally. We cant control how we feel. Love does not last forever but it does not mean it wasn't real. He shows that although each is unique, we will have multiple loves in a life time.

Re: How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

With that springtime music,
and blurred edges to the frame
his couples race towards each other
seeking the lasting bliss of legal obligations in an ever changing world
until the audience itself departs chanting:
"I love you, I love you, I love you!"

Bridget Jones is always stealing his stuff....

Re: How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

Maybe he should hang Diane Keaton from Tom Hanks!

Re: Harpon1

Calling Mister saville... calling... Sorry, wrong number.
Could you please stick it somewhere and get busy with the op ?
Thanks for reading this.
Sincerely.


Manelle
"to tax and to please, no more to love and to be wise, is not given to men"

To Trans Disser Super Cool says he's "older"

Because that's what you're here for? I think not.

Re:you think not

It shows.

Manelle
"to tax and to please, no more to love and to be wise, is not given to men"

Re: How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

Obssessed about being a cuckoo. In the long run, it becomes cliched.

Manelle
"to tax and to please, no more to love and to be wise, is not given to men"

Re: How does Woody Allen represent the theme of love in his films?

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