This is a 26-minute documentary from 1986 about Woody Allen directed by Jean-Luc Godard (Spout Blog via Fimoculous). You’re either welcome or I am sorry, it depends.

Of course, you can probably just do the same thing you did in college, which is not actually watch this but then pretend like you know everything when you’re in front of that girl you want to F. The kind of hippyish one from your History of American Religions class. The one who doesn’t seem like your type but who for some reason you’re always staring at during Discussion on Thursdays, in no small part because it’s unbearable to listen to the GSI who barely has a better grasp on the material than you do and who says things like “that’s interesting, explain,” when he wants to cover up the fact that he wasn’t paying attention to whoever was talking either. Remember college?

Comments (4)
  1. Oh, Gabe, you silly Ann Arborite. Most everyone else calls them TA’s, not GSI’s.

  2. Fred  |   Posted on Aug 13th, 2008 0

    wow, you guys know who Jean Luc Godard is. Was he on a reality show once?

  3. From a really great (not great) interview w/ Woody in Newsweek this week:

    “He knows why he makes movies: not because he has any grand statement to offer, but simply to take his mind off the existential horror of being alive.”

    I think we need some fanfic

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