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The Scroll

No. 94: Sleeper

The future of humanity

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1973, dir. Woody Allen. Somehow, the idea that at some point in the future humanity will be saved as a result of Woody Allen doing battle with a large, disembodied, evil nose seems eerily possible.

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Michael says:

The seventies were a very very dark time.

K Lambert says:

Okay, so the 70’s had some dark moments, however, the Woody Allen films were wonderful! Sleeper was one of the first Woody Allen films I saw in the theatre. Whatever his personal problems and angst, Woody knows comedy.

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No. 94: Sleeper

The future of humanity

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