A young Dianne Wiest (her wardrobe in the film is pretty spectacular really)
A very vintage Mia Farrow (want her hair)
I've been catching up on lots of good films lately - curling up in my favorite chair, afghan, pillows, cup of tea and netflix (won't even lie - streaming movies live is amaaaazing!) Beyond that side note though, I have to say, I had almost forgotten how much I adore Woody Allen films, he is hands down in my top three favorite director/writers of all time. The dialog in Woody's films feels so natural and free, and of course the actresses don some of the best 70s/80s style imaginable (you've seen Annie Hall no doubt) but what about Hannah and her sisters? Oh. My. Word. do I just love this movie, it's so funny and sweet, and endearing and wonderful really...and how can you not love the young Dianne Wiest and of course ever so gorgeous Mia Farrow with Barbabra Hershey supporting (not to mention Maureen O'Sullivan), yesssss so, so good.