“Love and Death” quotes

Movie Love and Death
Woody Allen directed this movie in 1975
Title Love and Death
Year 1975
Director Woody Allen
Genre Comedy, War
Plot – Boris Grushenko, a coward and pacifist scholar, is in love with his pseudo-intellectual cousin Sonja, but she doesn't love him back. Instead she is in love with his brother Ivan, but he doesn't return the feelings. Boris' pursuit of Sonja comes to an end when he is forced to join the Russian Army to battle Napoleon's forces which have just invaded Austria. But they paths cross once again. Boris returns and marries the recently widowed Sonja. Although she doesn't want to marry him she promises to do so, in order to make him happy for one night, because she thinks that he is about to be killed in a duel. But he survives.
Their life as a married couple is interrupted when Napoleon invades the Russian Empire. Boris wants to flee but Sonja is planning to kill Napoleon at his headquarters in Moscow.
All actors – Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Georges Adet, Frank Adu, Edmond Ardisson, Féodor Atkine, Albert Augier, Yves Barsacq, Lloyd Battista, Jack Berard, Eva Betrand, George Birt, Yves Brainville, Gérard Buhr, Brian Coburn, Henri Coutet, Patricia Crown, Henri Czarniak, Despo Diamantidou, Sandor Elès, Luce Fabiole, Florian, Jacqueline Fogt, Sol Frieder, Olga Georges-Picot, Harold Gould, Harry Hankin, Jessica Harper, Tony Jay, Tutte Lemkow, Jack Lenoir, Leib Lensky, Anne Lonnberg, Roger Lumont, Alfred Lutter III, Edward Marcus, Jacques Maury, Narcissa McKinley, Aubrey Morris, Denise Péron, Beth Porter, Alan Rossett, Shimen Ruskin, Percival Russel, Chris Sanders, Zvee Scooler, C.A.R. Smith, Fred Smith, Bernard Taylor, Clément Thierry, Alan Tilvern, James Tolkan, Hélène Vallier, Howard Vernon, Glenn Williams, Jacob Witkin, , Rebecca Potok, Norman Rose, Andrée Tainsy
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