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The Unruly Life of Woody Allen
     

The Unruly Life of Woody Allen

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by Marion Meade
 

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“A psychologically nuanced, tough-minded portrait” of the New York filmmaker and his relationships with Mia Farrow and Soon-Yi Previn (Publishers Weekly).

Writer, director, actor, humorist. Woody Allen stands as one of our era’s most celebrated artists. Starting in the 1950s, Allen began crafting a

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If you are a die hard Woody Allen Fan, you will like this book. Marion Meade did a great job and it came across as a well researched and non-biased account of Woody Allen's life thus far. Even with all of his flaws, he is a genius whether he gets behind the camera or in front of it. He is eccentric and arrogant in many ways, but that is what makes him who he is. Like she says in her book, in many ways...he is his characters.