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Directed By
Woody Allen

Written By:
Woody Allen

Diane Keaton, Mary Beth Hurt, E.G. Marshall, Geraldine Page, Richard Jordan, Sam Waterston, Maureen Stapleton, Kristin Griffith, Kristin Griffith

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Interiors (1978)
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Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie
March 10th, 2007


This film sets out to be a look into the interiors of everything surrounding a wealthy Northeastern family. The film practically displays the obvious art direction and bland characters on a table for the audience to pick at. Once again, Woody Allen misses the mark.

The idea of the interior as a female place is never really dealt with in this film; instead the interior is a repressed and beige place, representing the matriarch (Geraldine Page) of the family. A woman so overspent in hiding her emotions that she seems to have a complete breakdown when anything even slightly changes in her world.

The daughters of the family fit neatly into their constructed categories: the poet (Diane Keaton), the actress (Kristin Griffith), and the muddled genius (Mary Beth Hurt). These women have their men and their issues, but all their storylines are dull and redundant. We never get to know these women, despite trying, because (despite the title) though they talk a lot, they never let us into their interiors.

It sometimes amazes me how little Woody Allen understands women.

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