By Sarah Salovaara | Indiewire November 4, 2013 at 1:46PM
Far less erratic than the quality of his recent films is Woody Allen's preoccupation with sex, one that seems to have seeped into his family life, as suggested in a recent, harrowing Vanity Fair article. Though much of the heat is suggestively felt in his latest, "Blue Jasmine," you don't have to look far to find an Allen film that tosses the phrase "make love" around like it's nobody's business.
The folks over at Official Comedy have fashioned a supercut of Allen, his stand-ins, and objects of affection uttering any variation on "make love" throughout his oeuvre. From "What's New Pussycat" (1965) to "To Rome With Love" (2012), there's plenty of sex talk to be had. Watch "Woody Allen Making Love: A Supercut," below.