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Hannah And Her Sisters

Essentially three separate tales that intertwine at times, HANNAH AND HER SISTERS is one of writer-director Woody Allen's most complex films and the first one in which his neurotic character is given a happy ending. The picture takes place over a couple o… (more)

Released: 1986

Rating: PG-13

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Hannah And Her Sisters - Official Trailer
01:36 — Partly dramatic portrait of three Manhattan sisters and their love lives. One of Allen's best films, with outstanding performances from all!
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Opening scene, with the first chapter-heading, at the Thanksgiving party, Elliott (Michael Caine) and the introduction of sisters Lee (Barbara Hershey (more…)
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  • Released: 1986
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Essentially three separate tales that intertwine at times, HANNAH AND HER SISTERS is one of writer-director Woody Allen's most complex films and the first one in which his neurotic character is given a happy ending. The picture takes place over a couple o… (more)

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