Another Woman

Directed by Woody Allen
Starring Gena Rowlands, Gene Hackman

MGM Home Entertainment | August 1, 2006 | DVD

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A university professor, Marion Post is experiencing a type of mid-life crisis so she rents an apartment in order to write a book. The apartment is next to a psychiatrist's office, and she inadvertantly hears what transpires between the doctor and some of her patients. She becomes obsessed with the life and on-going therapy of one woman in particular who believes that her marriage is ending. Through this patient, Marion begins to think about issues in her own life and the causes of her own unhappiness.

Video Release: August 1, 2006

Theatrical Release: 1988

Runtime: 81

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: MGM Home Entertainment

UPC: 027616854629

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Another Woman

Directed by Woody Allen
Starring Gena Rowlands, Gene Hackman

Video Release: August 1, 2006

Theatrical Release: 1988

Runtime: 81

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: MGM Home Entertainment

UPC: 027616854629


Edition Description
  • Dolby
  • Closed Captioned
  • Color
  • Runtime: 81 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in English

Synopsis

A university professor, Marion Post is experiencing a type of mid-life crisis so she rents an apartment in order to write a book. The apartment is next to a psychiatrist's office, and she inadvertantly hears what transpires between the doctor and some of her patients. She becomes obsessed with the life and on-going therapy of one woman in particular who believes that her marriage is ending. Through this patient, Marion begins to think about issues in her own life and the causes of her own unhappiness.

Description

A college professor on sabbatical, while trying to work on her new book, eavesdrops on the conversation of her next door neighbor, a psychiatrist, and notices one of his patient's problems sound much like her own.

Notes

Shot on loction in Manhattan, in DuArt color. Prints by Deluxe. Cast is made up of actors who are new to Allen's films, with the exception of Mia Farrow. Film was inspired by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman's 1957 classic "Wild Strawberries." "Wild Strawberries" is similar in theme to "Another Woman" in that in the Swedish film, a man's reflections on his own unhappiness are prompted by an external event, in this case, his traveling to receive an honorary degree.