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Part of a film, maybe a woody Allen, about a room of people who have not been born yet, or are about to be born, and there is a girl and boy very upset to be split up.

The boy, young man, says something to the girl like "I will find you... you will find/know me because I will be the saddest boy/man in the world".

The room they are in is a largish, white set where they are all sitting around waiting to be born/have their consciousness transferred into babies.

As I said, it is only a small part of a film that has different scenes/sories/vignettes, may be a woody Allen film, it is of the 70s or 80s era.

Saw it when I was young, 25+ years ago, been bugging me. Any thoughts.?


asked Apr 18, 2017 in Name That Movie by Plutofalling (1 point)
"Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex. . . but Were Afraid to Ask"(1972)?

It had a scene like this.
No, it's not this one. Checked, and just checked again, no such scene. Originally thought it may have been this hence my thought about it being woody Allen, but now I'm thinking it maybe from a film that is much more innocent.

Any further thoughts appreciated.
Kind of a wild guess here but I think you might  be thinking of the 1976 version of "The Blue Bird."
That's the one! Good find, thanks v much

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answered Apr 19, 2017 by chinaskee (1,207 points)