OPEN LETTER TO WOODY ALLEN ABOUT HIS COMMENT: “You know it, it just takes the pleasure out of everything. I mean, you’re gonna die, I’m gonna die, the audience is gonna die, the network’s gonna– The sponsor. Everything! GAIL I know, I know, and your hamster. MICKEY (nodding emphatically) Yes!

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My FAVORITE clip from HANNAH AND HER SISTERS

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October 22, 2021

Woody Allen c/o Randon House, 1745 Broadway, New York,NY 10019

Dear Woody,

I wanted to quote from HANNAH AND HER SISTERS and then make some comments.


MICKEY
(sighing and gesturing)
If there’s nothing wrong with me
(pacing back to the
desk and Gail)
then why does he want me to come
back for tests?!
GAIL
(gesturing)
Well, he has to rule out certain
things.
(sighing)
MICKEY
Like what?! What?
GAIL
(shrugging)
I don’t know. Cancer, I–
MICKEY
(interrupting)
Don’t say that! I don’t want to
hear that word!
(gesturing)
Don’t mention that while I’m in the
building.
48.

                  GAIL
          (gesturing)
      But you don't have any symptoms!
                  MICKEY
          (gesturing)
      You--I got the classic symptoms of a
      brain tumor!

Mickey sighs.
GAIL
Two months ago, you thought you had
a malignant melanoma.
MICKEY
(gesturing)
Naturally, I, I–Do you know I–The
sudden appearance of a black spot on
my back!
GAIL
It was on your shirt!
MICKEY
(sighing)
I–How was I to know?!
(pointing to his back)
Everyone was pointing back here.
He sighs again as Gail, frustrated, gestures impatiently to
the papers on the desk.
GAIL
Come on, we’ve got to make some
booking decisions.
Mickey begins pacing around the room again. He wrings his
hands and blows on them.
MICKEY
I can’t. I can’t think of it.
This morning, I was so happy, you
know. Now I, I don’t know what went
wrong.
(sighing)
GAIL
Eh, you were miserable this morning!
We got bad reviews, terrible ratings,
the sponsors are furious…
49.

                  MICKEY
          (pacing back to the
           desk, still wringing
           his hands)
      No, I was happy, but I just didn't
      realize I was happy.

LATER IN HANNAH AND HER SOSTERS


MICKEY (V.O.)
It’s over. I’m face-to-face with
eternity.

DR. BROOKS
(offscreen)
…grown quite large without being
detected…
(trailing off
indistinctly as Mickey
continues his
anguished ramblings)
MICKEY (V.O.)
Not later, but now. I’m so frightened
I can’t move, speak, or breathe.
As Mickey finishes his speech, the “real” Dr. Brooks is seen
walking into the office. The previous scene had been a
figment of Mickey’s imagination, a nightmare fantasy only.
Holding Mickey’s X-rays, the “real” Dr. Brooks walks past
the same row of books to the light panel.
DR. BROOKS
Well, you’re just fine. There’s
absolutely nothing here at all.
And your tests are all fine.
(switching on the
light on the panel
and propping up the
X-rays)
I must admit, I was concerned, given
your symptoms.
(turning to look at
the offscreen Mickey)
What caused this hearing loss in one
ear, I guess we’ll never really know
for sure. But whatever it was, it’s
certainly not anything serious at
all.
(nodding)
I’m very relieved.
107.
CUT TO:

EXT. MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL – DAY
Once again, Mickey is seen leaving the building, but this
time he bounds down the steps, jumping for joy. He runs
swirling down the street, clapping his hands, happy with
relief. Upbeat, uptempo jazz plays in the background.
Several cars pass as Mickey joyfully runs. Suddenly he stops,
his hand to his mouth, reflecting.
CUT TO:
INT. MICKEY’S OFFICE – DAY
Gail sits in a chair in front of a bookshelf. A sofa, a
coffee table holding periodicals, and an endtable with a
lamp complete the tableau. Gail’s hands are clasped on her
lap.
GAIL
What do you mean you’re quitting?
Why? The news is good! You don’t
have canc–the thing.
Mickey, standing behind his desk, his back to the camera,
his coat still on, looks out at the Manhattan skyline.
MICKEY
Do you realize what a thread we’re
all hanging by?

GAIL
(offscreen)
Mickey, you’re off the hook. You
should be celebrating.
MICKEY
(walking around to
the front of his
desk, gesturing)
Can you understand how meaningless
everything is? Everything! I’m
talking about nnnn–our lives, the
show…the whole world, it’s
meaningless.
GAIL
(gesturing)
Yeah…but you’re not dying!
MICKEY
No, I’m not dying now,
but, but
(MORE)
108.

                  MICKEY (CONT'D)
          (gesturing)
      you know, when I ran out of the
      hospital, I, I was so thrilled because
      they told me I was going to be all
      right.  And I'm running down the
      street, and suddenly I stop, 'cause
      it hit me, all right, so, you know,
      I'm not going to go today.
      I'm okay.  I'm not going to go
      tomorrow.
          (pointing)
      But eventually, I'm going to be in
      that position.

Gail gets up from her chair. She walks past Mickey to a
nearby cabinet. She opens a drawer, rummaging around for
something. The camera follows her, leaving Mickey briefly.
GAIL
You’re just realizing this now?
MICKEY
(offscreen)
Well, I don’t realize it now, I know
it all the time, but, but I managed
to stick it in the back of my mind…
As Mickey continues to talk offscreen, Gail closes the cabinet
drawer and walks to a file cabinet behind Mickey’s desk.
MICKEY
…because it-it’s a very horrible
thing to… think about!
Gail opens the file cabinet and takes out a pack of gum.
She slams it closed, distracted.
GAIL
(muttering)
Yeah. What?
MICKEY
(turning to Gail)
Can I tell you something? Can I
tell you a secret?
GAIL
(nodding impatiently
as she walks around
the desk)
Yes, please.
109.

                  MICKEY
          (pointing)
      A week ago, I bought a rifle.
                  GAIL
          (sitting on the arm
           of a chair near Mickey)
      No.
                  MICKEY
          (overlapping, nodding
           and gesturing)
      I went into a store, I bought a rifle.
      I was gonna... You know, if they
      told me that I had a tumor, I was
      going to kill myself.  The only thing
      that mighta stopped me, might've, is
      my parents would be devastated.  I
      would, I woulda had to shoot them,
      also, first.  And then, I have an
      aunt and uncle, I would have... You
      know, it would have been a bloodbath.
                  GAIL
          (shrugging, unwrapping
           a stick of gum)
      Tch, well, you know, eventually it,
      it is going to happen to all of us.
                  MICKEY
      Yes, but doesn't that ruin everything
      for you?  That makes everything...

Gail sighs. She pops a piece of gum into her mouth as Mickey
continues to speak.
MICKEY
(continuing)
…you know it, it just takes the
pleasure out of everything.
(gesturing, pointing)
I mean, you’re gonna die, I’m gonna
die, the audience is gonna die, the
network’s gonna– The sponsor.
Everything!
GAIL
(chewing)
I know, I know, and your hamster.
MICKEY
(nodding emphatically)
Yes!
110.

                  GAIL
          (chewing and pointing
           to Mickey)
      Listen, kid, I think you snapped
      your cap.

Mickey sighs.
GAIL
(continuing, chewing
loudly)
Maybe you need a few weeks in Bermuda,
or something. Or go to a whorehouse!
No?
MICKEY
(shaking his head,
his hand to his chest)
I can’t stay on this show. I gotta
get some answers.
Otherwise
(pausing and holding
his head)
I’m telling you, I’m going to do
something drastic

1984 SOUNDWORD LABRI CONFERENCE VIDEO – Q&A With Francis & Edith Schaeffer

I have spent alot of time talking about Woody Allen films on this blog and looking at his worldview. He has a hopelessmeaningless, nihilistic worldview that believes we are going to turn to dust and there is no afterlife. Even though he has this view he has taken the opportunity to look at the weaknessesof his own secular view. I salute him for doing that. That is why I have returned to his work over and over and presented my own Christian worldview as an alternative. Take a moment and read again a good article on Woody Allen below. There are some links below to some other posts about him.

Francis Schaeffer two months before he died made the following comments in Knoxville, TN in 1984 and he comments on Woody Allen:

I would emphasize and it grows on me always with intensified strength the older I live that there is only ONE REASON to be a Christian and that is because it is TRUTH. There is no other reason to be a Christian.

The reason to become a Christian is not because it gives you butterflies in your stomach on Sunday morning. The reason for being a Christian is because it is true.

We at L’Abri talk about it being TRUE TRUTH and we are talking about it not just being religiously true but true in all reality. In other words, if you don’t have the Bible and you don’t act upon it, it isn’t that you just don’t know how to escape hell and go to heaven, you do that too happily, but it also is true that without the Bible we won’t know who God is and we would know who people are.

That is what is wrong with our generation and that is why it accepted abortion and the infanticide and youth euthanasia came in quickly with such a flood because this generation doesn’t understand who people are.

I don’t know if you saw the TIME editorial a short time ago called THINKING ANIMAL THOUGHTS. It did so much better than most of our evangelical magazines did on dealing with this because what they said was (it was from a non-christian point of view) if you take away the biblical view of who God is and man being made in his image then there is no basis for a distinction between human life and other forms of life. You only have distinctions and that is life and non-life, and he carried it out quite properly to its extension. What right does the human race to perform experimentation’s on animals if the human race is good and the human race is only the same qualification of life? This author really understood the game much better than most Christians seem to understand it.

What I’m saying is without the Bible it isn’t just that you don’t know how to go to heaven, but without the Bible you don’t know who people are and you don’t know what this world is. When you watch the birds fly across the sky  if you really don’t have the Bible to tell you who created this world and what the world is even the birds flying across the sky is very different. We have many people that come to L’Abri that have thought this out to the very end properly and that is there is no meaning to life, no meaning to life, no meaning to human life. They are not wrong. They are right.

The younger generation who grab the needle and shoot it up because they can’t find any meaning to life, they are not wrong. They are right. if you take the Bible away it is not just that people are lost for eternity, but they are lost now. They have no meaning to life…. If I was talking to a gentleman I was sitting next  to on an airplane about Christ I wouldn’t necessarily start off quoting Bible verses. I would go back rather to their dilemma if they hold the modern worldview of the final reality only being energy, etc., I would start with that. I would begin as I stress in the book THE GOD WHO IS THERE about their own [humanist] prophets who really show where their view goes. For instance, Jacques Monod, Nobel Prize winner from France, in his book NECESSITY AND CHANCE said there is no way to tell the OUGHT from the IS. In other words, you live in a TOTALLY SILENT  universe. 
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The men like Monod and Sartre or whoever the man might know that is his [humanist] prophet and they point out quite properly and conclusively what life is like, not just that there is no meaningfulness in life but everyone according to modern man is just living out some kind of game plan. It may be knocking 1/10th of a second off a downhill ski run or making one more million dollars. But all you are doing is making a game plan within the mix of a meaningless situation. WOODY ALLEN exploits this very strongly in his films. He really lives it. I feel for that man, and he has expressed it so thoroughly in ANNIE HALL and MANHATTAN and so on.

———

Let us go back to this comment of yours:

MICKEY: you know it, it just takes the
pleasure out of everything.
(gesturing, pointing)
I mean, you’re gonna die, I’m gonna
die, the audience is gonna die, the
network’s gonna– The sponsor.
Everything!
GAIL
(chewing)
I know, I know, and your hamster.
MICKEY
(nodding emphatically)
Yes!

NOW LOOK AT FRANCIS S CHAEFFER’S COMMENTS ON KING SOLOMON IN ECCLESIASTES:

Ecclesiastes 2:14-15

14 The wise person has his eyes in his head, but the fool walks in darkness. And yet I perceived that the same event happens to all of them. 15 Then I said in my heart, “What happens to the fool will happen to me also. Why then have I been so very wise?” And I said in my heart that this also is vanity.

The Hebrew is stronger than this and it says “it happens EVEN TO ME,” Solomon on the throne, Solomon the universal man. EVEN TO ME, even to Solomon.

Ecclesiastes 3:18-21

18 I said in my heart with regard to the children of man that God is testing them that they may see that they themselves are but beasts.19 For what happens to the children of man and what happens to the beasts is the same; as one dies, so dies the other. They all have the same breath, and man has no advantage over the beasts, for all is vanity.[n] 20 All go to one place. All are from the dust, and to dust all return.21 Who knows whether the spirit of man goes upward and the spirit of the beast goes down into the earth?

What he is saying is as far as the eyes are concerned everything grinds to a stop at death.

Ecclesiastes 4:16

16 There was no end of all the people, all of whom he led. Yet those who come later will not rejoice in him. Surely this also is vanity and a striving after wind.

That is true. There is no place better to feel this than here in Switzerland. You can walk over these hills and men have walked over these hills for at least 4000 years and when do you know when you have passed their graves or who cares? It doesn’t have to be 4000 years ago. Visit a cemetery and look at the tombstones from 40 years ago. Just feel it. IS THIS ALL THERE IS? You can almost see Solomon shrugging his shoulders.

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In 1978 I heard the song “Dust in the Wind” by Kansas when it rose to #6 on the charts. That song told me thatKerry Livgren the writer of that song and a member of Kansas had come to the same conclusion that Solomon had. I remember mentioning to my friends at church that we may soon see some members of Kansas become Christians because their search for the meaning of life had obviously come up empty even though they had risen from being an unknown band to the top of the music business and had all the wealth and fame that came with that. Furthermore, like Solomon and Coldplay, they realized death comes to everyone and “there must be something more.”

Livgren wrote:

“All we do, crumbles to the ground though we refuse to see, Dust in the Wind, All we are is dust in the wind, Don’t hang on, Nothing lasts forever but the Earth and Sky, It slips away, And all your money won’t another minute buy.”

Both Kerry Livgren and Dave Hope of Kansas became Christians eventually. Kerry Livgren first tried Eastern Religions and Dave Hope had to come out of a heavy drug addiction. I was shocked and elated to see their personal testimony on The 700 Club in 1981 and that same  interview can be seen on youtube today. Livgren lives in Topeka, Kansas today where he teaches “Diggers,” a Sunday school class at Topeka Bible Church. Hope is the head of Worship, Evangelism and Outreach at Immanuel Anglican Church in Destin, Florida.

The movie maker Woody Allen has embraced the nihilistic message of the song “Dust in the Wind” by Kansas. David Segal in his article, “Things are Looking Up for the Director Woody Allen. No?” (Washington Post, July 26, 2006), wrote, “Allen is evangelically passionate about a few subjects. None more so than the chilling emptiness of life…The 70-year-old writer and director has been musing about life, sex, work, death and his generally futile search for hope…the world according to Woody is so bereft of meaning, so godless and absurd, that the only proper response is to curl up on a sofa and howl for your mommy.”

The song “Dust in the Wind” recommends, “Don’t hang on.” Allen himself says, “It’s just an awful thing and in that context you’ve got to find an answer to the question: ‘Why go on?’ ”  It is ironic that Chris Martin the leader of Coldplay regards Woody Allen as his favorite director.

Lets sum up the final conclusions of these gentlemen:  Coldplay is still searching for that “something more.” Woody Allen has concluded the search is futile. Livgren and Hope of Kansas have become Christians and are involved in fulltime ministry. Solomon’s experiment was a search for meaning to life “under the sun.” Then in last few words in the Book of Ecclesiastes he looks above the sun and brings God back into the picture: “The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: Fear God and keep His commandments, because this applies to every person. For God will bring every act to judgment, everything which is hidden, whether it is good or evil.”

The answer to find meaning in life is found in putting your faith and trust in Jesus Christ. The Bible is true from cover to cover and can be trusted.

Thank you again for your time and I know how busy you are.

Everette Hatcher, everettehatcher@gmail.comhttp://www.thedailyhatch.org, cell ph 501-920-5733, 13900 Cottontail Lane, Alexander, AR 72002 United States



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