Hannah and Her Sisters

Hannah and Her Sisters

Hannah and Her Sisters

Woody Allen's Oscar-, Golden Globe- and BAFTA-winning comedy-drama. Between two Thanksgivings, Hannah's (Mia Farrow) husband (Michael Caine) falls in love with her sister Lee (Barbara Hershey), while her hypochondriac ex-husband (Allen) rekindles his relationship with her sister Holly (Dianne Wiest).

Best Supporting Actor (Caine), Actress (Wiest) and Screenplay at the Academy Awards 1987; Best Film (Musical or Comedy) at the Golden Globes 1987; Best Director and Screenplay at the BAFTAs 1987
1986Rating: M103 minsUSA
ComedyDrama

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Hannah and Her Sisters / Reviews

Variety

Variety

One of Woody Allen's great films. Indeed, he makes nary a misstep from beginning to end in charting the amorous affiliations of three sisters and their men over a two-year period.

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Total Film

Total Film

The film weaves a rich Chekhovian mix, full of wry insights into the fragility of human emotions.

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Time Out

Time Out

It is an articulate, literate film, full of humanity and perception about its sometimes less-than-loveable characters.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

A dramatic comedy not quite like any other, and one that sets new standards for Mr. Allen as well as for all American movie makers.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Caine's performance, so fervent, so agonisingly dedicated, actually gains in force and touching sincerity with the years.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

Allen's writing and directing style is so strong and assured in this film that the actual filmmaking itself becomes a narrative voice, just as we sense Henry James behind all of his novels, or William Faulkner or Iris Murdoch behind theirs.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Perfection is boring, but boring is the very last word to describe Hannah and Her Sisters, which just may be a perfect movie.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A highly intelligent and witty comedy with a magical script and perfect portrayls of well rounded characters.

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