With Interiors Woody Allen showed the world that he was more than a comedic filmmaker with the Evening Standard's noted critic Alexander Walker remarking "Woody Allen gives us the enormous excitement of seeing gifts in use that we never suspected he possessed. When Eve (Geraldine Page), an interior designer, is deserted by her husband of many years, Arthur (E.G. Marshall), the emotionally glacial relationships of the three grown-up daughters are laid bare. Twisted by jealousy, insecurity and resentment, Renata (Diane Keaton), a successful writer; Flyn (Kristin Griffith), a woman crippled by indecision; and Joey (Marybeth Hurt), a budding actress; struggle to communicate for the sake of their shattered mother. But when their father unexpectedly falls for another woman (Maureen Stapleton), his decision to remarry sets in motion a terrible twist of fate... Regarded as a startling departure at the time (although it now clearly anticipates later work), Interiors was Woody Allen's first entirely serious drama, an intimate family chamber-piece strongly influenced by his beloved Ingmar Bergman and performed by a pitch-perfect ensemble cast.
|Case Type||Amaray Single|
|Cast||Diane Keaton,Geraldine Page,Kristin Griffith|
|HOH (Hard of Hearing)||Yes|