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You could say September is Interiors without the laughs (joke: there are no laughs in Interiors either), without the pull of the Hamptons shore outside the windows, and without the chill, elegant eye of Gordon Willis behind the camera. Members of a thoroughly unappealing family convene for a weekend in Vermont. Over the course of it, almost everybody reveals a lurking preference to have a new significant other in his or her life. You will not care who, how, or why, or acquire any insights into the mysteries of human relationships. Just as Maureen Stapleton brought the breath of life to the emotionally stunted mollusks in Interiors, so here Elaine Stritch injects some sting as Mia Farrow's irrepressibly bitchy mother. The other cast members are Sam Waterston, Dianne Wiest (fresh from her Hannah and Her Sisters Oscar®), Denholm Elliott, and Jack Warden. Them you may sympathize with, for theirs is a thankless task. --Richard T. Jameson
I thought it was beautiful.
As the action is relatively easy to follow and the resolutions end on a fairly positive note, this is a much less depressing film than `Interiors'.
This is definitely a film for mature audiences who can appreciate the complex human nature and emotions and the fragile of human minds.
As the laureate poet Pablo Neruda put it: “I loved her and sometimes she loved me too.” This movie is about how imperfect is love; the person you love could love somebody else more... Read morePublished 18 days ago by 559renato
At times it resembles the bad play that is so funny in 'Bullets Over Broadway'. It's very pretentious.It's also a cropped image, so we don't see the full picture. Read morePublished 1 month ago by addison de witt
One of my very favorite Woody Allen movies. I love Elaine Stritch and recommend her documentary for viewing as well.Published 2 months ago by Christina Panczyk
I was really looking forward to watching this film but it is definitely NOT Woody Allen at his best. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Geraldine
September, Elaine Stritch , is one highlight, otherwise it is the most dreary of Woody Allen's movies, I have seen also the sound is bad it is barely audible, no English... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dr. A
Wondeful W.A. film, adult angst of mis-directed love interests and love unrequieted individuals.Published 7 months ago by CUSTOMER X
One more for my W. Allen collection, the movie is okey, enjoyed like most of W:A: movies, dvd is all right, very good mail service
considering that I live in Mexico
Woody Allen movies have always been intelligent, articulate, thought provoking and well directed. September is no exception as it constitutes one of the maestro's finest efforts. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Hwang
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