No one actually watches Woody Allen movies unless someone makes them.
Via LA Times:
Sarah Seltzer grew up a fan of Woody Allen movies — her parents showed her “Sleeper,” “Annie Hall,” and “Everyone Says I Love You” once she was old enough to get the jokes. As a 31-year-old writer living in New York, she has admired Allen’s more recent work, the bittersweet “Midnight in Paris,” the meaty roles for women in “Blue Jasmine.”
So when the New York Times website published an open letter from Allen’s adopted daughter Dylan Farrow last week, alleging that the director sexually assaulted her at age 7, Seltzer was thrown. The first time Allen’s relationship with Dylan made news, during his ugly custody battle with her adoptive mother, Mia Farrow, in the early 1990s, Seltzer was too young to understand the story. Now she was chilled by it.