Woody Allen's latest arrives on DVD
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Published: 10/22/2009 1:17 PM
Print this article Fans of Woody Allen's work have undoubtedly seen hits like "Zelig" or "Manhattan." More recently, he was responsible for the darker mystery about infidelity, Match Point, starring Scarlett Johansson and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers.
His latest effort is the comedy, "Whatever Works." It comes to DVD on October 27 and features the talents of Larry David, Patricia Clarkson and Evan Rachel Wood. In this movie, Boris (David) is a college professor tired of his current life and secure in the belief that he is intellectually superior to those around him. He takes in a runaway, Melodie (Wood), who has a contrasting worldview to his.
Boris continues to share his opinions with Melodie, who eventually comes around to his way of thinking. However, her strict Christian parents from whom she ran away eventually find out where she has been staying and their lives all come together in the middle of New York City.
The movie takes a look at love and how people navigate their lives. Often, Boris addresses the audience, bringing them into the movie. He leaves them with the realization that all the characters take a "whatever works" approach to love, as each one ends up in a less-than-conventional relationship.
Manhattan Widescreen DVD$10.99
Match Point DVD$5.99
Whatever Works DVD$10.99
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