Robert B Weide interview – the long version

By Guy Somerset In Film, Listening In

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23rd March, 2012
Six hundred and eighty words – yes, dear reader, that is what one page of the Listener contains – were not nearly enough to do justice to Robert B Weide and his film Woody Allen: A Documentary, yet nearly 7000 words across 10 pages of the magazine seemed a tad on the excessive side. But for those of you – those of us – who could quite happily read 7000 words about Allen and his half-century career, here is the full(ish) Q&A transcript ...

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