Mia Farrow

Dark Horse

Todd Solondz is very good at telling the stories that some segments of suburban America don’t want told. His films pull back the curtain on the insecurities of those who want to seem stable and well adjusted but are seemingly afraid to venture out of their white-picket bubble.... Read more
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Dark Horse

Todd Solondz is very good at telling the stories that some segments of suburban America don’t want told. His films pull back the curtain on the insecurities of those who want to seem stable and well adjusted but are seemingly afraid to venture out of their white-picket bubble.... Read more
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Zelig

Leonard Zelig, the "human chameleon", is profiled in this mock-documentary.... Read more
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Broadway Danny Rose

A smaller, amusing comedy from writer/director Woody Allen, Broadway Danny Rose begins with a bunch of show business vets sitting around a table at New York's Carnegie Deli and reminiscing about the legendary titular character, a loser of an agent who would repre... Read more
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The Purple Rose of Cairo

Woody Allen blurs the the boundaries between the real and unreal in this unique comic fantasy. The scene is a small town in the mid-1930s.... Read more
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Hannah and Her Sisters

A Woody Allen Manhattan mosaic, Hannah and Her Sisters concerns the lives, loves, and infidelities among a tightly-knit artistic clan.... Read more
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Radio Days

A middle-aged man looks back on his childhood in Rockaway, N.Y., in a series of vignettes focused on the golden days of radio. Joe (Woody Allen) ], who narrates, is portrayed as a teenager in the film by Seth Green.... Read more
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Alice

Woody Allen's character study of a well-kept, upscale Manhattan woman (Mia Farrow) takes the title character on a journey through a Wonderland of her own making, in which she learns some truths about herself, her relationships, an... Read more
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Husbands and Wives

One of Woody Allen's most seemingly biographical films, Husbands and Wives opens with upper-middle class Manhattan couple Sally (Judy Davis) and Jack (Sydney Pollack) announcing to their best f... Read more
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Crimes and Misdemeanors

Woody Allen spent most of the 1980s and '90s veering between comedy and drama, and he rarely combined the two with greater success than in Crimes and Misdemeanors, in which he weaved together two stories, one deadly serious, one often funny, both ending in sadnes... Read more
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