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Many scenes that were shot were eliminated, and others were severely truncated.And the film was originally a murder mystery, and might have been titled Anhedonia (a state of acute melancholia with an inability to experience pleasure and enjoy oneself), A Roller Coaster Named Desire, or even Me and My Gay, or It Had to Be Jew if one of its alternative titles had been chosen.
That's the key joke of my adult life, in terms of my relationships with women. [Note: A real-life relationship and breakup did occur in early 1970 between Allen and co-star Keaton.Keaton's birth name was Diane Hall, her nickname was Annie, and she did have a Grammy Hall.[It was only the second time in Academy history, up to that time, that one person was simultaneously nominated for three Oscars, Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay - Orson Welles had received a previous similar honor for Citizen Kane (1941).] The film influenced fashion designers (with the masculine, androgynous "Annie Hall" look) and made Diane Keaton a new leading lady. [Note: A reference to a film in which Diane Keaton played the role of Michael Corleone's (Al Pacino) wife.] Annie: You're gonna have to learn to deal with it. [The "look" was a mis-matched, eclectic conglomeration of men's costuming: 30's style baggy light brown chino pants, an oversized man's white shirt, a dark grey, wide necktie with shiny polka-dot spots, a black waistcoat vest, and a floppy bowler hat. Annie Hall clearly has semi-autobiographical elements - it is the free-wheeling, stream-of-consciousness story of an inept, angst-ridden, pessimistic, Brooklyn-born and Jewish stand-up comedian - much like Allen himself (who started out as a joke writer for The Tonight Show) - who experiences crises related to his relationships and family.
His unstable love affair with aspiring singer Annie Hall begins to disintegrate when she moves to Los Angeles and discovers herself - and a new life.
It was his most successful, deepest, self-reflexive, most elaborate and unified work to that time.
However, the film could have been a disaster if it hadn't been edited down from its initial length of well over two hours to about 95 minutes by editor Ralph Rosenblum.
And one of 'em says: 'Boy, the food at this place is really terrible.' The other one says: 'Yeah, I know.
And such small portions.' Well, that's essentially how I feel about life.
Annie Hall (1977), from director-actor-co-writer Woody Allen, is a quintessential masterpiece of priceless, witty and quotable one-liners within a matured, focused and thoughtful film.