Hannah and Her Sisters

Hannah and Her Sisters

Woody Allen
 Cast: Woody Allen
Woody Allen
, Mia Farrow
Mia Farrow
, Barbara Hershey
Barbara Hershey
, Dianne Wiest
Dianne Wiest

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Hannah and Her Sisters 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Arguably one of Woody Allen's two or three finest films to date, "Hannah and Her Sisters" shifts his own figure further away from the center of the story than he has ever been before, treating him as one of nine prominent characters in the action. Allen's screenplay weaves in ingenious tapestry around three sisters, their parents, assorted mates, lovers, and friends (including Allen as Hanna's ex-husband Mickey Sachs). A Chekhovian exploration of upper-middle-class world of a group of New Yorkers a decade after "Annie Hall", "Hannah" is deliberately episodic in structure, its sequences separated by Brechtian title cards that suggest thematic elements of each succeeding segment. Yet it is an extraordinary seamless film, unified by the family at its center three Thanksgiving dinner scenes at key intervals, an exquisite color celebration of an idyllic New York City and music by Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart, and Puccini (among others) that italicizes the genuinely romantic nature of the film's tone. The most optimistic of Allen's major films, "Hannah" restores its inhabitants to a world of pure comedy, their futures epitomized by the fate of Mickey Sachs. For once, the Allen figure is a man who will live happily ever after, a man formerly sterile, now apparently fertile, as is comedy's magical way. [filmfactsman]
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie has everything to entertain: romance,conflict,great music, fabulous one-liners, beautifully photographed Manhatten, neurosis - XXX, and a twist at the end. It is a lovely glass of wine.
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