She also wasn’t concerned about Hall’s response to his portrayal in Annie Hall.
“I felt it was a cartoon character, so I wasn’t that worried about Randy’s impression of it,” she says. In fact, Annie’s family of cocktail-drinking WASPs in the film was a variation on Keaton’s.
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“Mom was very moved by Annie Hall, but for Dad I don’t think it was simple,” Keaton says. “Probably it wasn’t simple for any of them, but what are they going to say? No one’s going to come and have a conversation with me about their real feelings.”
Brother & Sister hits bookstores on Feb. 4.
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