Yesterday we told you Woody Allen's estranged son Ronan Farrow released a poignant essay on the alleged sexual abuse the Oscar-winner inflicted upon his sister, Dylan Farrow.
The Hollywood Reporter column just so happened to be released the same day as Allen's latest film Café Society premiered at Cannes.
When asked directly about the 28-year-old's piece by reporters in France, the 80-year-old responded:
"I've said everything I have to say about the whole situation in The New York Times. I have so moved on. I never think about it. I work and do my movies."
He NEVER thinks about it?!
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In case you didn't know, the Times article he is referencing is from back in 2014 where he wrote:
"Of course, I did not molest Dylan."
As far as why he portrays complicated family relationships in his films, the filmmaker — who infamously married the adopted daughter of his ex-girlfriend and baby momma Mia Farrow, Soon-Yi Previn — said:
"It's just funny and the reality is that lots of families are complicated. If you think about it Mia would be my mother-in-law. But it's not intentional that way."
Eh, we'd say he can certainly relate to the weirdness in his movies!
What are your thoughts, Perezcious readers??
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