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Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story (1995)

Mia Farrow's personal life takes a turn for the worse when she engages in a long relationship with Woody Allen.

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Gina Wilkinson ...
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Taryn Davis ...
Dylan #3
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Mia Farrow's personal life takes a turn for the worse when she engages in a long relationship with Woody Allen.

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28 February 1995 (USA)  »

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Patsy Kensit previously played Mia Farrow's daughter in The Great Gatsby (1974), the filming of which is partially recreated in this film. See more »

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Although Maureen O'Sullivan retained her Irish accent for her entire life, she is not depicted as having one in the film. See more »

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Woody Allen: The heart wants what it wants.
Mia Farrow: The heart? You-you don't have one! I'd look a little lower.
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References Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) See more »

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The More I See You
Music by Harry Warren
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Not bad. Good if you are interested in Hollywood Grotesque.
6 May 2004 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Hollywood is all image. Happy celebrities selflessly attending charity parties all scrubbed and dressed and young and beautiful. But Hollywood is big money and sex and dreams and it attracts the damaged and the creepy. Hollywood is harsh place filled with whores, social climbers, suck ups and people who measure a person by the size of their wallet and their fame or infamy, it doesn't matter much which it is. When I say Hollywood I mean the entertainment business in general.

It would be hard to make a bad movie about damaged, confused screwed up people like Woody Allen and Mia Farrow. Woody's fans, of course, hate to see something approaching the truth about him, because his fans identify with him, so their comments are understandable. Personally, I think Woody is a reasonably good director but way, way overrated by most people. His fans, as I said, are generally those who identify with him.

The movie itself is a fairly well made made for TV movie. Actually there are a lot really good made for TV movies now days. Smaller budgets generally mean better movies. Worth a watch if the truth about the Hollywood Grotesque interests you.


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