Radio Days, the 1987 movie written and directed by Woody Allen, is “one big stroll down memory lane” (my wife’s words) told through witty and poignant voice-over narration provided by Woody, and visuals of a young boy growing up in the years just before and during World War II whose constant companion is the radio.
There are many guest stars in Radio Days, some of whom appeared in previous Woody movies.
This is an interesting movie from a nostalgia perspective. But I couldn’t get wrapped up in the story.
Radio Days isn’t a bad film. It’s just not one of my favorites.
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