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Woody Allen's View of NYC vs Martin Scorsese's

2,597 views 1 year ago
Learn about this New Video doc and purchase it, here: http://www.newvideo.com/fea...

I love this quick clip, as it shows the contrast between Woody Allen's view of NYC and Martin Scorsese's, as well as Scorsese's quote (that Taxi Driver is his state of mind)....this is a quick clip from a wonderful documentary.

I'm not profiting through my uploading of this short clip, or through my promotion of it (which I'm doing, for free), nor do I claim any ownership of it. Hopefully New Video will realize that my fair use of this short clip will only help them to sell this video.

It was odd, as I immediately received all these warnings from YouTube before anyone even viewed this yet.....If New Video really wants to legally force me to take this down, I will. But I do believe my take on this is different from theirs. I'm interested in the contrast between Woody Allen's view of NYC vs. Scorsese's, whereas this documentary focuses on Woody Allen's entire career....

If New Video wants this down, just please tell me, directly.
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Learn about this New Video doc and purchase it, here: http://www.newvideo.com/fea...

I love this quick clip, as it shows the contrast between Woody Allen's view of NYC and Martin Scorsese's, as well as Scorsese's quote (that Taxi Driver is his state of mind)....this is a quick clip from a wonderful documentary.

I'm not profiting through my uploading of this short clip, or through my promotion of it (which I'm doing, for free), nor do I claim any ownership of it. Hopefully New Video will realize that my fair use of this short clip will only help them to sell this video.

It was odd, as I immediately received all these warnings from YouTube before anyone even viewed this yet.....If New Video really wants to legally force me to take this down, I will. But I do believe my take on this is different from theirs. I'm interested in the contrast between Woody Allen's view of NYC vs. Scorsese's, whereas this documentary focuses on Woody Allen's entire career....

If New Video wants this down, just please tell me, directly. Show less
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