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2:40   6:40

Sunday, July 23

Directed by Woody Allen

Starring Diane Keaton and Geraldine Page

(1978) As daughters Mary Ben Hurt, Diane Keaton and Kristen Griffith try to handle things in their separate ways, super-aesthete/control freak mom Geraldine Page goes to pieces when dad E.G. Marshall demands a separation. And then Marshall finds someone very different. Allen’s fist “serious” picture and first without him as actor. 35mm. Approx. 93 min.


“Allen is astonishingly assured in his first drama… When it’s over, we may even find ourselves quietly cheered that Allen has seen so clearly how things can be.”
– Roger Ebert

“Interiors looks beautiful. It has been photographed by Gordon Willis in cool colors that suggest civilization’s precarious control of natural forces.”
– Vincent Canby, The New York Times

“One of the most spectacular changes of direction for an American artist.”
– Time Out (London)

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