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Apparently the title 'To Rome With Love' is not much liked by Woody Allen.
The film was initially named as 'Bop Decameron', later it was retitled as 'Nero Fiddles'. Both the title were met with confusion so he kept the title 'To Rome with Love'.
The four stories in the film are based on the ideas and notes Allen had written throughout the year before making the film.
When distributors from Rome offered to finance a film for Woody Allen, as long as it was filmed in Rome. Allen came up with the idea to produce this film.
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