Another Woman

Fiftyish professor (Gena Rowlands) reviews life as doctor's (Ian Holm) wife.


1988, 83min., Rated PG

4:05pm

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Impromptu

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High Tide

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I Could Go on Singing

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Paris Blues

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Another Woman

A 50-ish New York philosophy professor (Gena Rowlands) reviews her life as a doctor's (Ian Holm) wife.

Starring: Gena Rowlands, Mia Farrow, Ian Holm | Directed By: Woody Allen

83min., Rated PG

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A World Apart

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High Tide

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