A look behind the years of sensational headlines to reveal the private story of the accusation of sexual abuse against Woody Allen involving his 7-year-old daughter with Mia Farrow.
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Mia Farrow ...  Self 4 episodes, 2021
Fletcher Previn ...  Self - Dylan's Brother 4 episodes, 2021
Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow ...  Self 4 episodes, 2021
Casey Pascal ...  Self - Family Friend 3 episodes, 2021
Priscilla Gilman ...  Self - Family Friend 3 episodes, 2021
Claire Dederer ...  Self - Writer, The Paris Review 3 episodes, 2021
Alissa Wilkinson ...  Self - Film Critic, Vox 3 episodes, 2021
Frank Maco ...  Self - Litchfield Connecticut State's Attorney 1988 - 2003 2 episodes, 2021
Maureen Orth ...  Self - Special Correspondent, Vanity Fair 2 episodes, 2021
P.J. Grisar ...  Self - Culture Reporter, The Forward 2 episodes, 2021
Tisa Farrow ...  Self - Mia's Sister 2 episodes, 2021
Lili Loofbourow ...  Self - Staff Writer, Slate 2 episodes, 2021
Ronan Farrow ...  Journalist, New Yorker / ... 4 episodes, 2021
Miriam Bale ...  Self - Film Programer & Critic / ... 2 episodes, 2021
John E.B. Myers ...  Self - Visiting Professor, UC Hastings College of Law 2 episodes, 2021
Joan Meier ...  Self - Director, National Family Violence Law Center, George Washington University 2 episodes, 2021
Anna C. Salter ...  Self - Child Abuse Expert, Psychologist 2 episodes, 2021
Joyanna Silberg ...  Self - Clinical Child Psychologist - Author, The Child Survivor 2 episodes, 2021
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A look behind the years of sensational headlines to reveal the private story of the accusation of sexual abuse against Woody Allen involving his 7-year-old daughter with Mia Farrow.

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Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn didn't respond to the filmmakers' request to be interviewed for this documentary, while Moses Farrow declined to appear. This is the reason why their versions are only seen through archive material. See more »

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Fascinating and chilling - disregard 1 star reviews
8 March 2021 | by johncg25See all my reviews

It seems as if many of the 1 star reviews were made before the show even aired (?) or after only 1 episode. Episode 3 aired last night and delved into the facts of the case and the investigation ...and it is very damming for Woody Allen and shows how the things that were done in 1992, likely would not have happened if it occured in 2020. It also refutes numerous problems with the findings, as well as showing how only 2-9% of victims "make up" a story...meaning about a 91-98% chance that something happened. I believe Woody Allen has already been cancelled essentially by most of Hollywood, but many people do not know this story and he is apparently still using his power and influence to buy 1 star reviews. Trying to silence the opposition - which is exactly what this documentary is about. It is similar to the unsettling feeling of the Micheal Jackson documentary which also had people trying to rail against it. It is absolutely worth seeing, is well done, and is thought provoking in how the events of that time are seen much differently from the lens of 2020. (Not in 1992 in which Woody Allen controlled the narrative, and seemingly everything about the case.)


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21 February 2021 (USA) See more »

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