Diane Wiest, who once described Woody Allen's look of displeasure as "a mild and gentlemanly disgust," was well-acquainted with his demanding nature. During the production of Bullets Over Broadway (1994), for example, Wiest was made to repeat a certain scene about thirty times. The scene in question? Wiest, descending a staircase.
["The FTC has accused the video industry of marketing adult products to underage audiences," Craig Kilborn once declared. "The FTC suggested turning away the youngsters by labelling such products 'A fanciful new comedy by Woody Allen.'"]