“Hannah and Her Sisters” quotes

Movie Hannah and Her Sisters
Woody Allen directed this movie in 1986
Title Hannah and Her Sisters
Year 1986
Director Woody Allen
Genre Drama, Comedy
Plot – Hannah, Holly and Lee are three sisters who live in New York. Hannah is the funny wife of Elliott, a tax consultant, and before she was married to Mickey, a hypochondriac and unsettled screenwriter who left her because he thought he couldn’t have children. Now Hannah has 4 children, but she kept friendly relations with the ex-husband and wants her sister Holly to marry him. The third sister is the young Lee, who lives with Frederick, a grouchy painter older than her. However, Elliott falls in love with Lee and they begin a passionate love story that the other people don’t even suspect. Meanwhile, Mickey tries to date Holly, but his attempts are frozen by his idea to have brain cancer. Mickey recovers, while Elliott isn’t brave enough to tell his wife the truth nor to leave her, so Lee breaks up with him to date a fellow student. Holly writes a good novel and hopes to be successful also thanks to Mickey’s support, who realizes to love his ex-sister-in-law. During Thanksgiving dinner, everyone seems to be happy: Elliott is back again with Hannah after the affair, Lee is dating the student and Holly and Mickey have just married. Moreover, Mickey is particularly happy because Holly is pregnant, despite the worrying diagnosis.
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