Directed by Silvio Narizzano | 1986
With Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Michael Caine

One of Allen’s best-loved films charts the messy, intersecting relationships of a coterie of Manhattanites, bookended by Thanksgivings over a two-year period. Hannah (Farrow) and her sisters (Wiest and Hershey) fall in and out of love with various men: hypochondriac television producer Allen, philandering accountant Caine (in an Oscar-winning turn), and morose artist von Sydow, who memorably intones, “You missed a very dull TV show on Auschwitz.”

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