September

1987

September

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52%

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This somber drama presents the events of the course of one weekend at a Vermont country house. Six upper-class men and women travel to the house for a brief retreat, during which their various romantic and emotional troubles dramatically rise to the surface.

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  • Nov 28, 2010
    There are a few great moments, and Mia Farrow's performance is amazing but the film never really brings it home. Allen was trying to make a "modern Chekov" story, and while he gets a lot of those elements right, the film just doesn't have the same soul as Chekov's plays did.
    Alec B Super Reviewer
  • Dec 27, 2008
    Good catch of Woody filming it all over again with a new cast. I couldn't have imagined it any other way without Wiest, Waterston, and the glorious Elaine Stritch. Reminded me of Interiors but a more mature, less sterile Interiors. I enjoyed it even though there was a severe lack of closure. Never plodded, but progressed at a steady andante.
    Jennifer X Super Reviewer
  • Apr 27, 2008
    Probably one of my least favorite of the Woody Allen movies.
    Sunil J Super Reviewer
  • Mar 03, 2008
    I like Woody Allen's movies. They have that something that makes them different to any other movie. And that special element is what makes them good no matter what. I didn't enjoy this one as much as others. Stephanie and Peter are the most hateble characters I've seen lately. Every time they appeared on screen they made me want to stop seeing the film. They totally ruined this movie for me. On the other hand, Lane's misery is excellently shown. Mia Farrow does a great job there, she can totally make you feel her depression.
    Magali G Super Reviewer

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