Andrew's Review of Hannah and Her Sisters

  • 3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
    Hannah and Her Sisters

    Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

    A dark and brilliant eyeglass on the inherent hedonism of spontaneity - desires versus desires all set in a New York drab. Classic Allen laugh-inside hilarity and a day's dosage of philosophy; nothing more could be desired or required. It's a comic strip on the family and a photo shoot on the relationship. Which one binds us more? It's bleeding with satire, the Allen-esque type that doesn't make you feel bad for who you are. It certainly implants questions to the things you've done, though. Are we products of our own doing?

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