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Woody Allen Seems Unfazed By Son’s Recent Op Ed On Sexual Abuse

Woody Allen’s estranged son Ronan Farrow recently wrote an op-ed about the filmmaker, where he discussed allegations of sexual abuse against his sister Dylan when she was a child. Woody is now responding to the claims and mentioning that he never reads anything that is written about him.


Woody is currently at the Cannes Film Festival, where he was asked about the situation by inquiring reporters.

“I never read anything about me, these interviews I do, anything. I said everything I had to say about that whole issue in The New York Times. I have moved so far past it. I never think about it. I work. I said I was never going to comment on it again. I said everything I have to say about it.”

He went on to say:

“Forget about all that. Just work. It’s worked for me. I’ve been very productive over the years by not thinking about myself. I don’t like to hear that a critic thinks my film is a masterpiece and I don’t like to hear that a critic thinks my film misses.”

The reporter was quick to point out that they were discussing his son, not a random critic, to which he responded:

“I’ve said all I have to say about it.”



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