Production divided into four episodes brings several testimonies, including Dylan Farrow, the filmmaker’s adopted daughter who accuses him of abusing her at the age of seven
The first episode of the miniseries “Allen v. Farrow”Debuted last Sunday, 21, at HBO and the American filmmaker didn’t like it at all Woody Allen. The production addresses the accusation of sexual abuse by Dylan Farrow, Allen’s adopted daughter, who gives testimonies in the production, as well as Allen’s ex-partner, Mia Farrow. Through a statement released by the The Hollywood Reporter, a spokesman for the filmmaker, who has always denied the allegations, said the production had “allegations that are categorically false” and that “documentary filmmakers had no interest in the truth”. “Several agencies investigated them at the time and found that, regardless of what Dylan Farrow may have been led to believe, absolutely no abuse occurred, “says the statement.
The Oscar-winning director is accused of sexually abusing Dylan in 1992, when she was just seven years old. The director has already claimed that the daughter was trained by her mother to say she was abused after Mia found out that he was having an affair with another of his adopted daughters, Soon-Yi Previn, who is 35 years younger than Allen and has been married to him since 1997. The four-episode miniseries was directed by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering and has testimonials, legal documents and images from personal archives that seek to endorse the charges that the daughter Adoptive, currently 35, plays against her father, 85.