Over the last few months there has been renewed interest in the Allen / Farrow saga, but the recent HBO documentary offered no real discussion about the questionable aspects of Mia Farrow’s life. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Rhapsody in Blue is a 1924 musical composition by the American composer George Gershwin. It was used by Woody Allen for the opening scene in Manhattan.
Giulia y los tellarini is a group formed in Barcelona and whose singer is Italian. The song Barcelona is used in Woody Allen’s movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
A selection of articles published in newspapers and denouncing the one sided HBO’s hitjob, “Allen v. Farrow”, airing on HBO since February 2021.
Some Russian music used by Woody Allen for Love and Death is the fourth movement, Troika, from Sergei Prokofiev’s Lieutenant Kijé suite.
Real pedophiles love to hide by accusing others of being pedophiles. John Charles Villers-Farrow, Mia Farrow’s Brother is a good example: he claimed that Woody Allen was going to be jailed but it’s him, who was sentenced 25 year for abuse on minor.
The best-selling author of ‘Fire and Fury’ unveils his fly-on-the-wall account of some of the most preeminent — and notorious — figures of our time in ‘Too Famous’, including new insights into Ronan Farrow.
Usually, they are so smart that they begin by bleating that Woody Allen married his daughter: it’s well-known that in the US you can marry …
Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No 5, Largo, was used by Woody Allen in one of his greatest masterpiece, Hannah and her Sisters.
Just because Epstein and Woody Allen are photographed walking on the same pavement – and not together – doesn’t mean they were friends. Even if they had been photographed together, it wouldn’t mean that they were friends.