Director: Woody Allen

93 mins, USA, 1977, 35mm

This film screened 25th September 2016.

Our monthly indulgent Sunday afternoon of brunch and a classic film.

Often cited as one of cinema’s greatest comedies, Annie Hall marked a turning point for Allen, seeing him move away from the broad farce of some of his earlier work into a more reflective mode that nevertheless employed his unique brand of neurotic humour. Allen plays Alvy Singer, a comedian who meets and falls in love with Annie Hall, a character written especially for Diane Keaton who has ever since been associated with the iconic role. A film that romanticises New York as much as it satirises LA culture; it’s a perfect choice to revisit alongside Allen’s new film Café Society which screens at IFI from September 2nd. (Notes by Alice Butler)

Brunch + film deal: €16. Film only is normal IFI pricing. Sunday brunch is served 12pm – 4pm.

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