Luke-warmly received on release, Woody Allen’s Another Woman has rightly gained recognition over the years. This melancholy drama is a tender, complex and affecting character study of a woman caught between middle-age regret and marital resentment. Writing from her apartment, philosophy professor Marion (Gena Rowlands) overhears the psychiatric therapy sessions conducted next door. She initially tries to ignore the intimate conversations before inevitably being caught up in Hope’s (Mia Farrow) confessions, whose life strikes a chord with Marion’s.
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