Thursday, August 23, 2007

Woody Allen interviews Billy Graham, 1969

Part I

Part II

Woody Allen inherited a characteristic blend of one-line quippery and physical comedy genius from the Marx brothers and went on to blend it with his own philosophical musings. The result is a career spanning five decades in which Allen has delivered everything from the farcical and absurd to the downright profound. His personal wrestling match with some of life’s greatest questions, particularly God’s existence, has manifested itself in several of his films. The small selection below is intended to reflect this. Please enjoy both his arguments and his incomparably sharp wit.( via blue rat)

1 comment:

  1. It certainly appeared to me as though Mr. Graham took the lead. Most people tend to forget that Mr. Graham is an intellectual in his own right.