Hannah and Her Sisters Reviews
On a deeper level, this is simply a really great comedy about distrust, insecurity, the yearning for belief, marriage, and the consequences of our choices.
Also, you could sit me down in front of those performances by Woody Allen and Diane West for a further three hours, and I wouldn't complain.
I love his movies because of him, and ''Hannah and Her Sisters'' (1986) barely had Allen himself in it, and in fact, the only scenes i thorougly enjoyed were the scenes starring Allen. The rest really wasnt that interesting in my opinion, it's just a sappy romance movie about a love-hexagon between 6 people over 2 years, and it is not that funny, nor does it have any interesting characters, except Allen's and Max von Sydow's.
All in all, ''Hannah and Her Sisters'' (1986) is a fine film, but i expected more from Allen. Some consider this one of his finest films, i consider it a big disappointment.