Tags » Mia Farrow

Rosemary's Baby - Review


I still have very vivid memories of the first time when I watched Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby – it was at a point in my life when my interest in the horror genre was only steadily growing and I stumbled across it as it was playing on television. 757 more words

Film Reviews

It Is Wrong For Mia Farrow to Use #MeToo in Her Dispute With Woody Allen

In 1992, director and actor Woody Allen, in a shocking breach of trust with his long time companion Mia Farrow, began a relationship with her adopted nineteen-year-old daughter (with her ex-husband and composer Andre Previn). 468 more words

Television Industry

Your justification for liking Woody Allen's art is BS.

I keep hearing that phrase being thrown about. The one about distinguishing a person’s art from their personal life. It only ever seems to be used as a defence against perverts, against racists or homophobes. 605 more words


Mia Farrow 1964

Mia Farrow: born 1945 in Hollywood to Australian film director John Farrow and Irish actress Maureen O’Sullivan.


Mark Hemingway: Why Liberals Have Such A Hard Time With Monstrous Men And Their Art

While it’s not a universal truism, more often than not, bad morals make for bad art, and the unwillingness to say so produces even worse criticism. 437 more words


Death on the Nile (1978)

Linnet Ridgeway’s bedroom/boudoir is lavishly furnished in white and decorated with colorful glass, mirrors and marble. Several French perfumes are sitting on her vanity, a natural extension of her flawless style. 146 more words

Perfumes In Movies

Film: Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

“…and Freud, another great pessimist. I was in analysis for years and nothing happened. My poor analyst got so frustrated, the guy finally put in a salad bar.

2,475 more words