One of Woody Allen's best for sure. I loved it!
Stardust Memories takes us to a visit into the mind of a film director. I don't know if it's meant to be some kind of autobiographic work but sure resembles us of some aspects of Woody's life.
It's a very well written story, as Woody always has accustomed us. Intelligent and funny, presented to us in a non-linear way and show us the present mixed with past flashbacks.
The black and white photography is beautiful and the performances are great, especially Woody's.
Not my favourite of Allen's films. The brief alien encounter provides the most coherent and funniest moment. The rest felt a bit too all over the place.