Today on The View, Diane Keaton talked about her new book Then Again and divulged details of her relationships with high-profile Hollywood men like Warren Beatty, Al Pacino, and Woody Allen. Barbara expressed that in each of these romantic endeavors, it seemed that things "just sort of fizzled out." Keaton's response? "I always called them my unattainable greats. They were too great." Diane also explained that she wasn't sure "how to be practical with men." Parts of this interview slightly boggled my mind; does anyone really know "how to be practical with men?" Did it feel like Diane was selling herself short here? Take a peek at this clip and share your thoughts below.
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