For actresses Ellen Page and Greta Gerwig, the experience of working on Woody Allen’s latest film, To Rome with Love, was the thrill of a lifetime. “It was really wonderful and to work with such awesome, talented people — it makes one’s job a lot easier,” Page told Uinterview exclusively.
Because Woody Allen's latest, To Rome With Love, is divided into three, autonomous vignettes, the actors in the film (including Jesse Eisenberg, Alec Baldwin and Ellen Page) only received partial scripts before they started shooting, but star Greta Gerwig says she found a loophole.
To Rome with Love, Woody Allen's latest, is told in four unrelated vignettes, two in English, two in Italian, which lose much more than they gain from the movie’s format. The movie feels hectic —each story isn’t given enough time to develop organically, the characters never have time to really become interesting; the movie, charming and delightful as it is at times, never touches something deeply human in the viewer.