Another Woman

Another Woman

Another Woman

Woody Allen drama starring Gena Rowlands as a writer who becomes drawn into the life of a psychiatry patient whose conversations she eavesdrops on.

Marion (Rowlands) is a woman who has learned to shield herself from her emotions. She rents an apartment to work undisturbed on her new book, but by some acoustic anomaly she can hear all that is said in the next apartment in which a psychiatrist holds his office. When she hears a young woman tell that she finds it harder and harder to bear her life, Marion starts to reflect on her own life. After a series of events she comes to understand how her unemotional attitude towards the people around her affected them and herself.

1988Rating: PG81 minsUSA
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Variety

Variety

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Film that emerges is brave, in many ways fascinating, and in all respects of a calibre rarely seen.

Time Out

Time Out

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Rowlands' perfectly pitched approach to a demanding role is particularly stunning.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

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Once again, Allen has mistaken unfunny for serious, feeling the breath of immortality on his shoulder.

The New York Times

The New York Times

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Mr. Allen is becoming an immensely sophisticated director, but this screenplay is in need of a merciless literary editor.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Film is the most voyeuristic medium, but rarely have I experienced this fact more sharply than while watching Woody Allen's Another Woman.

Variety

Variety

press

Film that emerges is brave, in many ways fascinating, and in all respects of a calibre rarely seen.

Time Out

Time Out

press

Rowlands' perfectly pitched approach to a demanding role is particularly stunning.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

Once again, Allen has mistaken unfunny for serious, feeling the breath of immortality on his shoulder.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Mr. Allen is becoming an immensely sophisticated director, but this screenplay is in need of a merciless literary editor.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Film is the most voyeuristic medium, but rarely have I experienced this fact more sharply than while watching Woody Allen's Another Woman.

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