Dir. Woody Allen (1977) Allen originally wanted to call his 1977 hit “Anhedonia,” a term that refers to the inability to experience pleasure. For critics Joan Didion and Paul Kael, who called it “the neurotics’ version of Abie’s Irish Rose, the film produced nothing but pain.
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