Woody Allen's play is successfully brought to the screen by Woody himself in the starring role. He portrays Allan Felix, an insecure film buff haunted by a Humphrey Bogart alter ego who holds his lack of masculinity in contempt and urges him to act decisively--even with the wife of his best friend (Diane Keaton). A classic mixture of Woody Allen's one-liners, neurotic pathos, and keen observations on the human condition, PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM is a hysterical tribute to the power of the silver screen.
Release Date: 18 November 2002
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Running Time: 82 minutes
Production Year: 1972
Main Language: English
One of Woody's best
Very funny and original, with a convincing ghostly Bogart lookalike (visible only to Allen) advising him how to succeed with women.