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.
A selection of articles published in newspapers and denouncing the one sided HBO’s hitjob, “Allen v. Farrow”, airing on HBO since February 2021.
Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No 5, Largo, was used by Woody Allen in one of his greatest masterpiece, Hannah and her Sisters.
Woody Allen was the only director able to transcend her. Without any shame, Mira Sorvino betrayed him and stabbed him in the back.
Moses Farrow was present before, during and after the alleged event. His testimony supports W. Allen’s innocence and confirms that Dylan has been coached by Mia Farrow.
Robert B. Weide (born June 20, 1959) is an American screenwriter, producer, and director, perhaps best known for Curb Your Enthusiasm.
He has written many essential and well documented articles about facts supporting Woody Allen’s innocence.
Now that all the evidence says Dylan Farrow is lying, we must try to find why some people are still saying they believe her when they just can’t. Are they racist?
The hypocrisy of the Farrow is not new. In this specific case, it’s related to Soon-Yi Previn interview by Daphne Merkin published in Vulture on Sept. 16, 2018.
According to the nanny Monica Thompson’s testimony, in 1992, on one occasion almost immediately after the alleged sexual abuse, Moses, who was 14, indicated doubts about what, if anything, had taken place.
Allen v. Farrow: How many times can you heat up the Woody Allen (86) versus Mia Farrow (77) case before the mash becomes inedible?