Apropos of Nothing

BY ANDREW MOODY Woody Allen is not who I thought he was. In his new memoir Apropos of Nothing, the eighty something filmmaker candidly discusses everything in his long career, from winning four Oscar’s for the 1977 masterpiece Annie Hall to the molestation charges that have dogged him over recent years. He repeatedly writes that he is neither a genius or an auteur, simply lucky. … Continue reading Apropos of Nothing