Woody Allen details the ongoing war between the sexes in his latest film 'You Will Meet a Tall, Dark Stranger,' as four people collide in love, lust and loss in London. Allen openly admits his view of things has gotten darker and cloudier with age, and the simple act of falling in love becomes a chamber piece for wounded hearts everywhere. It teases, torments, gives in and then runs off with the next pretty face. It's dark stuff, but in Allen's hands, it's wistfully funny, occasionally hilarious -- but the specter of more darkness is always just behind him.

Moviefone cornered Allen at the Toronto Film Festival and found out that what makes it all worthwhile for him is the prospect of working with fresh and brilliant new talents.