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Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story ()


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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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Mia Farrow
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Woody Allen
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
Christine Andreas ...
Ava Gardner
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Krish
Caley Wilson ...
Michael Farrow
Tina Su ...
Soon-Yi #2
Alan Rose ...
Joey D
Donna Coney Island ...
Liza
Susan Potvin ...
Rachel
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Andre's Mistress
Joseph McCaren ...
Yale Anchor (as Joe McCaren)
Jay Bajaj ...
Maharishi
Trulie MacLeod ...
Social Worker
Fred Foley ...
Baptismal Priest (as Father Fred Foley)
Damon Redfern ...
Robert Redford
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Priest (as John E. Nelles)
Christina Collins ...
Booker
Anne Anglin ...
Mother Superior
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The Cardinal
Laura Catalano ...
Starlett (as Laura Catlano)
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Mariel Hemingway
Mary Kelly ...
Irish Nanny
Mia Kim Steinberg ...
Daisy #2
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Fletcher
Daniel Lee ...
Moses #2
Jordon Sim ...
Fletcher #1
Fiona Meng Yen To ...
Lark #1 (as Fionna To Meng Yen)
Roseanne Li ...
Daisy #1
Micah Uemura ...
Moses #1
Shoral Jamieson ...
Dylan #2
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Fletcher #3
Quyen Hua ...
Lark #3
Kim Johnson ...
Daisy #3
Joshua Hagley ...
Moses #3
Max Naiman ...
Satchel #3
Lianna Yeung ...
Tam Farrow
Katlin Yeung ...
Soo-Yi #1
Lynn MacKenzie ...
Dresser
Ray Paisley ...
Reporter
David Fraser ...
Reporter #2
Christian Vidosa ...
Reporter #3
Darion Davies ...
Teenage girl #1
Tara Meyer ...
Teenage girl #2
Nial Lancaster ...
Teenage Boy #1
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Brunch waiter #2
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Eleanor Alter (uncredited)
Stephen Pearlman ...
Elkan Abramowitz (uncredited)
Mark J. Richardson ...
Paul McCartney (uncredited)
Edd Scorpio ...
Sinatra's Limo Driver (uncredited)
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Brunch waiter #1 (uncredited)

Directed by

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Karen Arthur

Written by

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Kristi Groteke ... (book "Mia & Woody: Love & Betrayal") (as K. Groteke) and
Marjorie Rosen ... (book "Mia & Woody: Love & Betrayal") (as M. Rosen)
 
E.Z. Epstein ... (book "Mia: The Life of Mia Farrow") and
J. Morella ... (book "Mia: The Life of Mia Farrow")
 
Cynthia A. Cherbak ... (written by)

Produced by

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Terence A. Donnelly ... producer
Tarquin Gotch ... executive producer

Music by

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David Michael Frank

Cinematography by

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Tom Neuwirth

Film Editing by

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Caroline Biggerstaff

Editorial Department

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Wendi Jill Raderman ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Alycia Aumuller
Judy Henderson

Production Design by

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David Davis

Art Direction by

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Nonie Ferguson

Set Decoration by

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Jaro Dick

Costume Design by

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Judy Truchan

Makeup Department

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Linda Dowds ... makeup artist
Diana Ladyshewsky ... department head hair stylist: Mr. Dennehy (as Diana Ladyshewski)
Brigitta Szabó ... assistant hair stylist (as Gigi Szabo)
Louise Mackintosh ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Nan Bernstein Freed ... unit production manager
John Danylkiw ... unit production manager
Daniel Mikolay ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jennifer Deathe ... third assistant director
Bettiann Fishman ... second assistant director
David Hill ... second assistant director
Katrina Lee ... dga trainee
Elizabeth Scherberger ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Fiona Andrew ... property master
Wayne Jacques ... set dresser
Barbara A. Kastner ... property master
Dave Rosa ... head scenic painter
Robert S. Smith ... carpenter
Mark A. Thomson ... construction supervisor

Sound Department

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Tim Chilton ... foley artist
Bob Costanza ... sound editor
Kristi Johns ... sound editor
Owen Langevin ... sound mixer (as Owen Langvin)
Joe Melody ... sound editor (as Joseph Melody)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Just Bert ... key grip
Rocky Brown ... grip
Jerry DeBlau ... gaffer
Bob Hannah ... gaffer (as Robert Hannah)
Bruce Macaulay ... still photographer
Scott MacDonald ... dolly grip
John Medland ... still photographer
Tom Prate ... key grip

Casting Department

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Holly Powell ... additional casting
Nelleke Privett ... casting: Toronto
Jane Rogers ... extras casting
Kay Rogers ... assistant extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jay Du Boisson ... costume supervisor
Erla Lank ... set costumer
Loreen Lightfoot ... costume cutter/stitcher

Location Management

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Guy Méthot ... location manager

Music Department

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Terry Delsing ... music editor
George Doering ... musician
Joshua Redman ... musician

Transportation Department

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Neil Montgomerie ... transportation

Other crew

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Victoria Bazeley ... researcher
Michelle Bellerose ... production coordinator
Tom Bishop Jr. ... monkey wrangler
Richard Black ... set production assistant
Blanche McDermaid ... script supervisor
John Nelles ... dialogue coach
Nancy Ramey ... accountant
Roger Wadham ... production assistant

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Also Known As
  • Mia: Child of Hollywood (United States)
  • Mia Farrow (Spain)
  • Amor e Traição: A História de Mia Farrow (Brazil)
Runtime
  • 240 min
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Did You Know?

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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 »
Movie Connections Features Peyton Place (1964). See more »
Soundtracks The More I See You 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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