Woody Allen

Woody Allen

Oscar nominee for 'Annie Hall' (1977)
I think it's my job or the artist's job, to try and find some solution or some reason to accept things. But given the grimmest reality, I feel the grimmest facts are the real facts, the true facts: that you're born, you die, you suffer, it's to no purpose, and you're gone forever, ever, ever, and that's it. /think/ Woody Allen quotes

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