Broadsheet Trailer Park: Café Society



What you may need to know:

1. Jesse Eisenberg plays the Woody-by-proxy role for the second time in the director’s 48th movie.

2. Late-period Allen is like a family-sized box of Roses on Stephen’s Day; it’s still chocolate, but the purple ones are long gone.

Steve Carell took over from Bruce Willis, who dropped out due to “scheduling issues”.

4. Not the first name that would spring to mind.

5. There’s still no sign of Allen’s TV show for Amazon. It doesn’t sound good, though.

Broadsheet prognosis: If you can’t be good, be funny.

Release Date:
August 12.

2 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Café Society

  1. octo

    Looks great, and the man is a genius. Thanks for the link to this:
    “The only thing you can do as an artist is come up with a way to explain‎ to people why life has some meaning. And you can’t do that without conning them. Because in the end it has no meaning. Everything you create will vanish and the earth will vanish and the sun is vanishing …. it will all be gone one day no matter how much we cherish it.”

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