Annie Hall video

from 1977 movie with Diane Keaton as Annie Hall and Woody Allen as Alvy Singer. Quotes
You're a wonderful tennis player and you're the worst driver I've ever seen in my life. Anyplace. Europe. Anyplace. Asia. I love what you're wearing.
Annie Hall: You do? This tie is a present from Grammy Hall.
Alvy Singer: Who? Grammy Hall?
Annie Hall: Yeah, my grammy.
Alvy Singer: What did you do, grow up in a Norman Rockwell painting? Your grammy?
Annie Hall: It's pretty silly, isn't it?
Alvy Singer: My grammy never gave gifts. She was too busy getting raped by Cossacks. Well, thank you again.
Annie Hall: Oh, yeah. Listen. You want to come upstairs and have a glass of wine or something? No, I mean you don't have to. You're probably late and everything.
Alvy Singer: No, that would be fine. I wouldn't mind. Sure. I got time. I got nothing until my analyst appointment.
Annie Hall: You see an analyst?
Alvy Singer: Just for 15 years.
Annie Hall: 15 years?
Alvy Singer: I'm going to give him one more year, and then I'm going to Lourdes.
Annie Hall: 15? Nah, come on! Yeah? Really?
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Woody Allen as Alvy Singer
Woody Allen as Alvy Singer
  Diane Keaton as Annie Hall
Diane Keaton as Annie Hall
  Alvy Singer: She had moved back to New York. She was living in Soho with some guy. When I met her, she was dragging him in to see The Sorrow and the Pity which I counted as a personal triumph. Annie and I had lunch sometime after that and just kicked around old times. After that, it got late and we both had to go. But it was great seeing Annie again. I realize what a terrific person she was and how much fun it was just knowing her. And I thought of that old joke. This guy goes to a psychiatrist and says, "Doc, my brother's crazy. He thinks he's a chicken." The doctor says, "Why don't you turn him in?" The guy says, "I would, but I need the eggs." Well, I guess that's, now, how I feel about relationships. They're totally irrational, crazy and absurd. But I guess we keep going through it because most of us need the eggs.