CANNES (Hollywood Reporter) – The grass is always greener in “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger,” Woody Allen’s roundelay of perplexed characters chasing illusions rather than reality. As a film from Allen’s ongoing British/European period, where he spins out comic trifles or morality plays that drift seemingly free of national context, the comedy is more amusing than …

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