Another Woman

Another Woman

Middle-aged philosophy professor Marion (Gena Rowlands) has the perfect life. But when she rents a flat in which to write her next book, she is interrupted by the therapy sessions going on in the psychiatrist’s office next door. Voyeuristically fascinated, Marion is struck by the way the experiences of his patient Hope (Mia Farrow) mirror her own, and realizes her life is nowhere near as secure as she’s been pretending. One of Woody Allen’s most powerful and poignant films.
  • Rated PG for Adult Language, Adult Situations
Middle-aged philosophy professor Marion (Gena Rowlands) has the perfect life. But when she rents a flat in which to write her next book, she is interrupted by the therapy sessions going on in the psychiatrist’s office next door. Voyeuristically fascinated, Marion is struck by the way the experiences of his patient Hope (Mia Farrow) mirror her own, and realizes her life is nowhere near as secure as she’s been pretending. One of Woody Allen’s most powerful and poignant films.
  • Rated PG for Adult Language, Adult Situations