Wednesday, September 11, 2002

Forrest Gump 11 years ago

The movie for the night (marking also my first visit to the nice little rental store Movies Worth Seeing) was Woody Allen's Zelig, a fake documentary about a human chameleon called Leonard Zelig who becomes a celebrity in the 1920s. Smart editing puts him alongside famous people in famous locations. The film is funny in the Allen way and, like his best work, reflects his penchant for jokes about sex, being oppressed and being Jewish.

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