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Radio Days

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The story takes place set in Rockaway Beach, New York in 1942. It is about the file of members in a working class family. They have to face and deal with many problems which happen in their life.
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You peel and peel away at it only to find, in the end, nothing.
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Childhood anecdotes and charming vignettes are set against bright-light, big-city sets, a-dazzle with beautiful players.
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Vastly entertaining and in moments even magical, Radio Days is a warmly nostalgic but decidedly unsentimental portrait of Wood Allen's childhood in WWII, when radio was the primary medium of communication.
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Although lacking the bite and depth of his best work, Radio Days is one of Woody Allen's most purely entertaining pictures.
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A perfect mixture of laughs and heartbreak, it's one of the ones I can see over and over again.
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"Radio Days" is so ambitious and so audacious that it almost defies description.
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[A] ridiculously entertaining nostalgia exercise...Radio Days emerged from a highly fertile period for [Woody] Allen, and the film bubbles with creativity and Allen hallmarks. [Blu-ray]
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