SEPTEMBER, the 16th film written and directed by Woody Allen, is an intimate drama about the experiences of a group of people, as they spend the last days of summer in a Vermont country house.
A contemporary story, SEPTEMBER allows the audience a glimpse into the intense, troubled, emotional life of the protagonists, whose trials and tribulations are universally recognizable. It's a cathartic tale about trying to survive in the complex world of difficult relationships. Like Woody Allen's two previous films, HANNAH AND HER SISTERS and RADIO DAYS, this is also a family saga, exploring mother-daughter and father-daughter relationships. As it touches upon age-old themes and feelings, the film's exploration of the dilemmas facing its protagonists is quintessentially modern.
An ensemble piece, SEPTEMBER marks the fourth ...
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