Dependent Origination

Hannah and Her Sisters

Posted on: September 25, 2008


I did not realize this is a Woody Allen movie until the opening credits. You probably cannot believe how i pick my movies. I don’t understand the process either. Pretty random, I have to say. No predicable patterns. Though lots of coincidences. And the fact that I don’t know much contributes too.

Anyway, I fell in love with Mia Farrow. She looks so calm, so introspective and so mysterious. I cant take my eyes of her face while she is on screen. I cant believe Woody Allen deserted her and married her adopted daughter. It felt so awkward and so disastrous. And Woody Allen probably behaved like Michael Caine (in movie) for a while. How disgusting a man he is.

Yet he is such a talented director, actor and writer. And he has good tastes in girlfriends. Last time I fell in love with Diane Keaton. This time Mia Farrow. I cant wait to see other movies by them. In fact, a few days ago I watched part of the Larry King interview of Goldie Hawn. I give her instant love too! These actresses, they possess such superior power. They can conquer the whole world.


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