Allen v. Farrow is a lie

Woody Allen on HBO : He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named

The authors of “Allen v. Farrow ”pretend to be fair but only tell the version of the former partner of the New York director. And not even they manage to hide all the holes, contradictions and madness of its reconstruction.

“He was like Voldemort: He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.” The only non-trombone line about Woody Allen, in four hours of “Allen v. Farrow ”, says a girl who Mia adopted in 1994, when the peak of delirium seemed to have passed (when we ignored that, twenty-five years after the facts, the delirium would have a new peak, but we come to this later).


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