In I Love You, Daddy, the new movie written (with Vernon Chatman), directed by, and starring Louis C.K., our lead character Glen has an enormous poster in his office that reveals exactly who his biggest idol is: a filmmaker named Leslie Goodwin (played by John Malkovich).
But you don’t need a poster to tell you which director C.K. himself is channeling in I Love You, Daddy. It’s all over the movie. You can see it in the towering skyscrapers, shot on 35mm in black and white, and hear it in the old-fashioned orchestral score.
This is C.K. channeling Woody Allen, and more specifically, Allen’s movie Manhattan. …
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