There is not a single interesting love story written, from Romeo & Juliet , Arabian Nights, the Bible or any other classic, that does not depict love as an encounter with the non equal. But if Woody says that, it's jaw dropping. It rather suggests the effort to silence any singular voice, anything that does not fit the standards, who, of course, are not jaw dropping. Let's see the title "Not everyone says I love you". And who says that if everyone says that, it's better? Love is not universal. It's not for equals. Love among equals is called since Freud narcissistic love. It waits for its moment of truth.
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from the article: (Not) everyone says I love you: Uri Klein on Woody Allen