From Woody Allen, writer and director of Zelig, Hannah and her Sisters, Radio Days, and Broadway Danny Rose, comes September, his sixthteenth film.
As the last days of summer descend on a country house in beautiful Vermont, a group of people gather to share their experiences and intimacies. Their emotional lives are laid bare, their trials and tribulations presenting universal themes and feelings that are immediately recognisable. Through a portrayal of difficult relationships, family ties and the demands of surviving in a cynical world, September demonstrates the sometimes funny but often painful truths that confront ordinary people in a way that is refreshingly new.
September marks the fourth time Woody Allen has worked with Dianne Weist: the third time he has worked with Sam Waterston; and the seventh time he has worked with Mia Farrow. It is also the first time he has worked with Denholm Elliott, Elaine Stritch and Jack Warden. But above all, September is a masterpiece of the human condition, written and directed by the master himself; Woody Allen.
© Orion Pictures
Director: Woody Allen
Cast: Denholm Elliott, Dianne Wiest, Mia Farrow, Elaine Stritch, Sam Waterston, Jack Warden, Rosemary Murphy, Ira Wheeler, Jane Cecil
Run Time Approx: 79 mins
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