Tag: Mia Farrow
It’s my strong belief that Woody Allen’s work is at its best when he is doing two particular things – engaging in philosophical debate and writing for women. His masterful 1988 feature, Another Woman, shows glimmers of philosophy but primarily demonstrates just how well Allen knows women and their complexities. To enhance his insight into the female…
There is something indulgent about sitting down on a rainy weekend and enjoying a Woody Allen film you’ve never seen before. With a large mug of tea and a slice of buttered toast, I sat back to enjoy Allen’s fantasy/comic adventure Alice. A film that centres around re-evaluation, Alice tells the story of a woman of luxury, assessing her…
The Women, The Words, His World & His Work.
Yesterday I sat in my favourite Picture House and watched a documentary about my favourite film maker and writer. Robert B. Weide’s highly anticipated documentary, Woody Allen: A Documentary rolled in front of me and I drifted away for two hours into my favourite world. Now, it is hard to review a documentary that was never going to…