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"Os Crimes de Diogo Alves" (The Crimes of Diogo Alves) is a spoken film from 1911, before the electrical sound speaker technology would be invented. It is also the first portuguese motio...
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Woody is a very talented director and I believe he can write and direct serious drama as well as comedy; however he has shown in this film and Hannah and Her Sisters that his use of comedy in his dramatic pictures aids the films without subtracting from its message.
The only physical linking between the two stories is the character of a rabbi with failing eyesight, played by Sam Waterston, who is Woody's other brother-in-law and Landau's best friend and moral barometer.