Dark, Sad, Dreary.
By Anonymous (23 Jun 2010)
Woody Allen is a director who is known for his sense of humour. When one sits down to watch a Woody Allen movie, one sits with the expectations of an unusual storyline, comical characters, humourous lines, and obviously very good direction and acting. But if you sit down to watch Interiors, apart from the latter two, don’t expect any of the other qualities.
Released in 1978, Interiors was Allen’s attempt at ‘serious’ cinema. I don’t know what pushed him to move away from his well-acclaimed style of cinema, but whatever it was, it seems that the influence was ... » read more