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===Story=== ''September'' is best known as the movie Woody Allen made twice, bang on top of each other, and still brought in on time and on budget.He decided the casting wasn't working, switched some actors and roles, and altogether dumped Sam Shepard (who subsequently had very uncomplimentary things to say about Allen as a director of actors). That was some kind of achievement and said reams about Allen's efficiency and adaptability as a filmmaker. Unhappily, the congratulations end there, for ''September'' is the single most excruciating viewing experience the Woodman ever invited audiences to share. You could say ''September'' is ''Interiors'' without the laughs (joke: there are no laughs in ''Interiors'' either), without the pull of the Hamptons shore outside the windows, and without the chill, elegant eye of Gordon Willis behind the camera. Members of a thoroughly unappealing family convene for a weekend in Vermont. Over the course of it, almost everybody reveals a lurking preference to have a new significant other in his or her life. You will not care who, how, or why, or acquire any insights into the mysteries of human relationships. Just as Maureen Stapleton brought the breath of life to the emotionally stunted mollusks in ''Interiors'', so here Elaine Stritch injects some sting as Mia Farrow's irrepressibly bitchy mother. The other cast members are Sam Waterston, Dianne Wiest (fresh from her ''Hannah and Her Sisters'' Oscar®), Denholm Elliott, and Jack Warden. ''Them'' you may sympathize with, for theirs is a thankless task. ''--Richard T. Jameson'' ===DVD Features=== *Color *Closed-captioned *Widescreen


Denholm ElliottHoward
Dianne WiestStephanie
Mia FarrowLane
Elaine StritchDiane
Sam WaterstonPeter
Jack WardenLloyd
Rosemary MurphyMrs. Mason

  • Genre: Drama Movies
  • Director: Woody Allen
  • Producer: MGM/UA
  • Length: 83 minutes
  • Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaDec 18, 1987
  • Ratings
    North AmericaPG
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaJun 5, 2001
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