15th Street at Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20004

Sunset (around 8PM); Lawn opens at 5PM; FREE

Turning thirty this year, 'Annie Hall' appears as fresh as ever. Neurotic N.Y. comic Alvy Singer looks back at various aspects of his life, including the women he has known. Annie may have been his one great love, but the relationship wasn't meant to be. For most fans, this is Woody Allen at his peak. 'Annie' took Oscars for Best Picture (beating out 'Star Wars'), Best Director (sorry Mr. Spielberg) and Best Script (a little California bashing is always fun). Diane Keaton, at her "la-di-da" finest, won a statuette too. Lobsters anyone? 94 Min. (1977)

(Taken from AOL CityGuide)

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Added by alykat on July 2, 2007