A purposely-patronizing narrator details the life and times of Leonard Zelig, played by director Woody Allen in "Zelig(1983),one of his best films. As a boy, Zelig is frequently bullied by anti-Semites. Things are not much better at home where his parents blame him for everything, even siding withthe anti-Semites. Zelig's neurotic insecurity forces him to completely become whomever he finds himself spending time with. Mia Farrow plays a psychiatrist trying to cure Zelig, who in the process of helping him morph from circus freak to national celebrity, falls in love with him. One of Woody Allen's many masterpieces, the film co-stars Patrick Horgan and John Buckwalter, andreceived Oscar nominations for Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design.