"A man who said he was from Africa tried to hold my hand and wanted to know, not unkindly, what I was doing there; when I told him I was writing a story about Woody Allen's Manhattan, he said: "I live near Woody Allen! I have spoken to Woody many times. I do not think he is that funny. Or, he is, but not my taste." "
Read the rest of the long article at the Washington Post.