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Symfonia wielkiego miasta. O wizerunku Nowego Yorku w "Manhattanie" Woody'ego Allena
One of the major objective of this essay is to show that Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979) is a renewal of an old film genre called the city symphony. In this movie, the director outlined a suggestive portrait of his beloved New York City. After Annie Hall (1977), Manhattan is the second most complete expression of the specificity of Allen's style, which consists of comic and tragic elements. Another object of this essay is to demonstrate that while creating the image of the metropolis thedoi:10.21697/zk.2014.1.10 fatcat:utl6sny435abpphmbblewmfr2q