Rifkin’s Festival movie review: Woody Allen at his most lacklustre and derivative in Spain-set feature

//Rifkin’s Festival movie review: Woody Allen at his most lacklustre and derivative in Spain-set feature

Rifkin’s Festival movie review: Woody Allen at his most lacklustre and derivative in Spain-set feature

1/5 starsAs Woody Allen continues to court controversy in his personal life, professionally the 85-year-old writer-director is as prolific as ever. Rifkin’s Festival is his 48th feature film, and revisits a number of his favourite themes, including classical European cinema, illicit romances, and his disdain for the film industry’s commercialisation. But it also finds the director at his most lacklustre and derivative.In early 2019, Amazon Studios dropped Allen from a five-picture deal,…

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