Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Critics often divide Woody Allen's films into the early, funny ones and his later, more thoughtful (read: not as good) pictures, but that's not necessarily fair. Bullets over Broadway is a good example of a later, funny film. John Cusack takes the role Allen would have played when younger: a nerdy 1920s playwright who hopes to make it on Broadway, but gets entangled with mobsters, molls, luvvies and lushes. Rapid-fire one-liners and an obvious love of the period make this one of the director's best films of the 1990s.
Critically-acclaimed black comedy that sees a New York playwright in the 1930s lured to Hollywood by promises of money and fame.
14+ years 112 mins
Comedy-drama based on the early career of legendary director Orson Welles and his production of Julius Caesar.
11–16 years 108 mins
A young writer in New York gets drawn into an intense friendship with a fragile, haunted Polish war survivor and her volatile lover.
14+ years 144 mins
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