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When it comes to love, "whatever works" is his motto, but his already perplexed life complicates itself further when Melodie's parents eventually track her down.: I didn't jump on you.It's not the idea behind Christianity I'm faulting, or Judaism, or any religion.Even her ex-husband, John (Ed Begley, Jr.), has a NYC epiphany of the sexual kind.Although Allen has his characters looking for love with results that will remind you of his Everyone Says I Love You, the sweetness is replaced with a philosophy that encourages searching out whatever works because of the transitory nature of love and life.The mixture of love and cynicism allows deep appreciation of irony and the transformative nature of experience.
But the night before the first day of shooting, he develops a case of psychosomatic blindness.
Darwan, an Indian immigrant whose beard and turban announce his Sikh heritage before he utters word one, is played by Ben Kingsley.
Scrupulously honest and endlessly encouraging, his character treads dangerously close to a Little Goody Two-Shoes stereotype.
It's the professionals who've made it into corporate business. [...] See more » "Sometimes a cliché is finally the best way to make one's point." Boris (Larry David) Woody Allen's witty movies may seem clichéd (love does indeed conquer all in most of his romcoms), but they do make a humanistic point couched in Allen's pessimism and nerdiness.
With Larry David playing another Allen alter ego, Boris, a self-proclaimed genius, this misanthrope in Whatever Works is the best characterization of Allen in his recent movies.