Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story

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Engels From the perspective of a non-American viewing Woody Allen's still unattainable rarity from an ominous forty-five years after its creation, I have no hope of appreciating all the gags, but even though I usually avoid politics, Woody still hits the mark a few times. At the moment when the narrator begins reciting the biography of Harvey Wallinger and starts with the fact that his father died during childbirth, a machine gun of punchlines starts firing, which made me tear up with laughter. The rest of the plot and the pointing out of individual episodes is a bit shaky at times and occasionally just whispers by, but such a morsel is worth seeing for anyone who likes to rediscover the Master's roots. ()