The filmmakers did “On the Record,” so they’re used to tackling controversy.
Perhaps they will find fresh evidence or more conclusive evidence to support Mia Farrow and her family’s claims against Woody Allen. Perhaps they will renew our outrage over the allegations she and her daughter and journalist son Ronan have made.
Perhaps Allen will be finally and fully “canceled” this time around.
The point of view seems pretty clear from this teaser trailer.
Frankly, the only thing that would shock me in a four part series on this infamous case is for the filmmakers to report things Ronan Farrow has avoided, ignored and would vehemently deny — allusions to the creepy nature of his mother’s relationship with Allen, hinted at in gossip circles and in the “other” New York magazine over the years
“Allen v. Farrow” comes to HBO and HBO Max Feb. 21.