Hannah and Her Sisters

Movie review by Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media
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Brilliant but mature comic-drama about an imperfect family.

PG-13 1986 103 minutes

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The reason to watch...Max von Sydow!

This film is written and directed by Woody Allen and you can tell. His voice permeates throughout all of the male characters and through how the female characters are presented as props for the men. I have never been a big fan of Allen's work and this film reminds me why. The dialogue is clearly in the mind of one person spread out onto others. The "action" surrounds men who fumble around and the women that have to put up with it and navigate it. That being said, Max von Sydow just kills it! Perhaps it is because he is the only one that does not sound like he is in a Woody Allen film. A treasure of a performer.

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