I read Diane Keaton’s book “Then Again” over Thanksgiving. She included a few excerpts of letters Woody Allen sent her while they were filming Love and Death.

They’re so charming and — of course — funny.

My recreation:

“I was his endearing oaf. He was my ‘White Thing,'” says Keaton. “His insights into my character were dead on and–duh!–hilarious. This bond remains the core of our friendship and, for me, love.”

(Allen illustration by Blanca Gomez for Italian GQ.
Horn Rim illustration, for sale on Etsy, by Nan Lawson.)


10 Comments on Allen to Keaton: “Greetings Worm…”

  1. Hi Tina! I just wanted to make sure you know that pictures aren’t showing up in your RSS feed. Not that I mind clicking over to your lovely blog, but still something that could use fixing. 😉

  2. Hello, I think it had to do with the hotlinking feature on my host account. It should be fixed now! let me know!!

  3. I have to have this book!!! I am so in love with Woody & Diane. Everytime I feel sad I watch “Annie Hall” and immediatly feel happier!
    Aren’t they inspiring people?
    Oh yes, and by the way I also love your blog!

    Love from Munich!

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