Zellig is a movie directed by Woody Allen and published for the viewing audience in 1983. The movie itself portrays a character capable of mirroring people from across all sectors of society. Eudora Fletcher, the co-star of the movie enacted by Mia Farrow in the fictional documentary, is a Doctor appointed with carrying out cognitive analysis of the central character.
While the movie itself is now more than 30 years old, the movie is to an extent a portrait of the works of Henry Gleitman during his late research. The work is remembered formally and respectfully by this newspaper today.
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