Woody Allen movies are unique, interesting and full of long and deep dialogues. Characters who have panic attacks or manic depressive disorder are pretty frequently used. These fictitious and sincere dialogues, which are expertly placed, can teach us a lot.
Note: This content is only about the movies of Woody Allen, not his personal life.
1. No matter how hard you try sometimes, life insists on its own course of action.
2. Never say that the impossible won't happen; impossible might happen.
3. Love is the biggest mystery that mankind can't crack yet. You never know when, where, or how it will find you.
4. You can be sure that panicking when things in your life start going south will only make it worse.
5. Luck is an important factor that affects your life.
6. When you feel that you must follow your dreams, follow them.
7. What shapes our lives is our relationships with other people.
8. Life can sometimes be more cruel than you deserve; the faster you accept your situation, the more successful you will be.
9. The "Butterfly Effect" is real, and is a frequent part of our every-day lives.
10. Never underestimate your inner conscience. If you do something that disturbs it, you might have to pay a big price.
11. No matter how hard you try to make a relationship work, if it doesn't make you happy, it won't work.
12. Everything can be discussed. Don't turn anything into a taboo.
13. Getting to know new people is important. Every new person you meet promises new things to you.
14. Intelligence is extremely important, both for men and women.
15. Humor is one of the indispensable elements of life.
16. Listening is important. Listening to a person talk will bring you a big reward.
17. Explain and share your fears, worries, joys, ideas and thoughts, no matter how silly they are. Don't keep anything bottled up.
Bonus - “All the things I really like to do are either illegal, immoral, or fattening.”