Design thinking, music listening and photo shooting in Milan, Italy.
Watching this movie was a relatively weird experience. It was the first time for me watching a Woody Allen movie made before Vicky Cristina Barcelona (even though I've seen a bunch of his more recent work).
The fragmented editing makes for an interesting storytelling device. The humor feels classic Woody Allen, which I enjoyed. The story itself is quite absurd, but that only adds to it.
Some bits were really funny. Overall this was a quite enjoyable movie.