The scoop found in the absurd

Alexa 2022-11-26 18:42:06

I went for the name, because I like to describe all the movies and books related to journalists.
I once thought about how female college students in the journalism department would look for clues and how to get their own exclusive news. But the film is a bit disappointing, not seeing the news sensitivity of the heroine. There is just her deep infatuation with the person being investigated. Although, at the end of the film, the protagonist still finds her exclusive news, but she always feels that she has not been exercised. She just experienced an illusory love, which should not help her professionally.
Forgive me for not knowing much about Woody Allen, I just think the name sounds familiar. I haven't seen his movies, so I don't even know that he is a magician in the play. But I still like this old man very much. The characters in his play are my favorite movie characters. Humorous, timid, but someone who will eventually do something for justice. I really liked the scene where he pretended to be a reporter at the end, and the little car he drove at the end was so cute.
I can't understand the so-called life or philosophy, I don't think there is any suspense, it's more of a comedy. Let's take it as a pastime.

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  • Sid Waterman: This guy must be some lover if you're ready to drop the whole investigation! I must find out what breakfast cereal he eats...

  • Sid Waterman: Did you accomplish anything besides a possible pregnancy?

    Sondra Pransky: I'll tell you what I did see: his mother, Lady Eleanor, has short-cut, brunette hair.

    Sid Waterman: [stuttering] Yeah, but not a hooker?

    Sondra Pransky: [shocked pause] No, Sidney, she's not a hooker! I hardly think so. She's practically royalty. Christ, you amaze me sometimes. Your brain!