Sunday, August 7, 2011

Two Line Reviews - #269

Movie: Zelig (1983)

Plot: There is a man who has the weird talent of becoming (looks-wise & behaviour-wise) anybody he observes and stays close to. The film is a documentary on such a mystifying character.

  • Woody Allen makes the character 'Leonard Zelig' an instant legend with his superb essayal.
  • The different characters that Zelig the chamaleon gets into are enjoyable.
  • The narrative style employed - pucca documentary model - clicks big time.
A near-perfect mockumentary!

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