Set in 19th-century Russia, Allen is a cowardly serf drafted into the Napoleonic war, who would rather write poetry and obsess over his beautiful but pretentious cousin. Allen's cowardice serves him well when he hides in a cannon and is shot into a tent of French soldiers, making him a national hero. A hilarious parody of Russian literature, Love and Death is a must-see for fans of Allen's films.
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|Woody Allen||Boris Grushenko|
|Georges Adet||Old Nehamkin|
|Frank Adu||Drill sergeant|
|Ghislain Cloquet||Director of Photography||
|Charles H. Joffe||Producer|
|Martin Poll||Executive Producer||
|Donald Ogden Stewart||Screenplay|