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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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Richard Muenz ...
Frank Sinatra
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Andre Previn
Gina Wilkinson ...
Vicky
Frances Helm ...
Maureen O'Sullivan
Taryn Davis ...
Dylan #3
Grace Una ...
Soon-Yi Previn
Bruce McCarty ...
Roman Polanski
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John Farrow
Lynne Cormack ...
Dory Previn
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Young Maureen O'Sullivan
Michael Tait ...
Judge Wilk
Natalie Miller ...
Young Mia Farrow
Kristi Groteke ...
Herself
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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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Mia: Child of Hollywood  »

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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

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

Quotes

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 Rosemary's Baby (1968) See more »

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The More I See You
Music by Harry Warren
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hilarious
10 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

I saw this one a few weeks ago, late one night when there was nothing on telly and I couldn't sleep, so this was my last resort.

The supposedly "true" story of Mia Farrow, starting from her early life, then her career as a willowy ingenue in the movies (and real life), then her "affair" and ultimate "betrayal" by the cad Woody Allen, played amusingly here by actor Dennis Boutsikaris, who hems and haws quite effectively.

Former Oasis wife Patsy Kensit is properly wispy as Mia Farrow, and there are numerous very funny lines that will keep you watching, assuming that you have a tolerance for hokey stuff like this.

On the positive side, Grace Una is very cute as Soon-Yi Previn, and the obvious Canadian locations will make this a treat for Canucks.


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