Hannah and Her Sisters Synopsis
Thanksgiving Day party with three sisters.
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100

Variety

He (Allen) makes nary a misstep from beginning to end in charting the amorous affiliations of three sisters and their men over a two-year...
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100

San Francisco Chronicle

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Sad funny and richly romantic, everything that makes Allen’s movies so beloved. [7 February 1986, Daily Notebook p.76]
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Chicago Tribune

By Gene Siskel
A joy to behold, a complex film that never loses either its sense of purpose or sense of humor. [7 February 1986, Friday, p.33]
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100

Time

By Richard Corliss
Hannah and Her Sisters is old-fashioned in another sense: its plot has the elegant geometry of a Philip Barry play. [Feb 3, 1986]
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100

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Allen's writing and directing style is so strong and assured in this film that the actual filmmaking itself becomes a narrative voice.
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100

Los Angeles Times

By Sheila Benson
Mellow, beautiful, rich and brimming with love, "Hannah" is the best Woody Allen yet and, quite simply, a great film. [7 February 1986,...
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100

The New York Times

By Vincent Canby
Virtually nonstop exhilaration--a dramatic comedy not quite like any other, and one that sets new standards for Mr. Allen as well as for...
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90

Film.com

By John Hartl
There's a sense of ease and contentment to it that has never been so prominent in Allen's work before.
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80

TV Guide

Allen has infused it with wit, a superb cast and his usual "the best direction is the least direction" style.
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63

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

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"It's one of the problems I have with Hannah. I feel I haven't gone deeply enough." Should Woody Allen ever tire of making movies, he can...
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Rated PG-13