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101 Films 2012 Valentine’s Day Special

101 Films has, of course, always been about love. Lewis and Ian are constantly expressing a love for cinema, a love for weak puns and, in particular, a love for the sound of their own voices. So it’s only fitting that 101 Films celebrates this most romantic time of the year with a podcast. Yes, it’s the 101 Films 2012 Valentine’s Day Special!

Lewis and Ian discuss their favourite romantic films, wonder what happens in Heaven when someone remarries after a partner dies and manage to mess up a top ten countdown. PLEASE NOTE – the podcast is for both happy Loved couples and single McSaddos. Enjoy!

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101 Films Valentine’s Special 2012

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Classic 1970s Woody Allen

Despite the approaching winter and the chilly mornings 101 Films is feeling in a romantic mood this week. And in the mood to consider how ultimately most relationships fail and even the strongest of loves can fade… Ahhh, love!

This week Lewis and Ian turn their attention to one of the great writer/actor/directors of the last 40 years (well, he was great for at least 20 of those years), Woody Allen, and one of his most well regarded films, Annie Hall. Lewis and Ian discuss New York in the 70s, Manic Pixie Dream Girls, falling in and out of love and, of course, everyone’s favourite Will Smith vehicle, Independence Day.

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101 Films Podcast 002 – Annie Hall

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Director: Woody Allen Year of release: 1977 Distributor: United Artists Country: USA