Mariel Hemingway Says Woody Allen’s ‘Manhattan’ ‘100 Percent’ Couldn’t Come Out Today

Mariel Hemingway Says Woody Allen’s ‘Manhattan’ ‘100 Percent’ Couldn’t Come Out Today
Mariel Hemingway earned a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for her performance in Woody Allen’s “Manhattan” as Tracy, a 17-year-old high school student who’s dating Woody Allen’s 42-year-old Isaac Davis. But that huge age gap has remained controversial since the black-and-white movie released in 1979, and was most recently re-evaluated in the HBO documentary “Allen v. Farrow.” While speaking with Anne Heche and Heather Duffy on the podcast “Better Together with Anne & Heather,” Hemingway said that the movie “100 percent” couldn’t come out today because of that age gap, but the actress insists she had a positive experience making the movie.

“I’m not condoning any behavior,” she said. “That movie probably couldn’t come out today. 100 percent.”

Hemingway said she hasn’t seen “Allen v. Farrow,” the four-episode documentary that aired earlier this year that offered a re-examination of the sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen
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