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The 70′s were an awesome time. Modern film as we know it launched during the decade.
If the making of Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris were itself a Woody Allen movie, it would start something like this: After a tastefully understated title card -- simple white lettering on black -- and against a jazz arrangement of, say, Cole Porter 's "I Love Paris," the camera slowly zooms in on a window at the Hotel Ritz Paris, where Allen is looking out over the Place Vendome.
This year the movie industry made $30 billion (1/3 in the U.S. ) from box-office revenue.
Kees van Dijkhuizen has done it again.