>I'm hoping this was a typo. Are you accusing over 7 million people of
>being psychotic, in other words, out of touch with reality? I have heard
>other people accuse New Yorkers of being neurotic, but psychotic? Come on.
I meant "neurotic," I guess. Sorry for my poor psychology background.
Are you disputing neurotic, too? My point is that, based on Woody Allen's
movies alone, and I have seen almost all of them, this is what one may come
to believe, barring other information. A fascinating community? Yes, I
believe that, too. I don't see a contradiction here.
If you want a much broader context for a discussion, this is it: Does film
affect out perception of places and people of which we have little or no
experience? I think, cinematography is all about make-believe. That was
the secret of its success, from "Intolerance" (I believe the oldest film I
have seen) to "Jurassic Park."
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