PBS and director Robert B. Weide recently collaborated on Woody Allen: A Documentary, a three and a half hour look at the life and career of a man who, appropriately enough, needs no introduction. We brought you the trailer for and a clip from the piece just a few days ago, while the first part aired last night.
In a truly diligent fashion, PBS have put the first of two halves on their website today for your viewing pleasure. I won’t be giving it a look until they post the second part, which will presumably happen tomorrow, but anyone who also missed it can watch the first two hours below and catch up tonight, when it airs from 9:00-10:30 P.M. Or you can wait for both to go online — we’ll put the second in whenever it pops up. Update: The second part is now online and below.
Update #2: It looks PBS has pulled the video, but you can find out more info on the official site.
What do you think of this documentary? Does it do a good job of capturing Allen’s career?
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