In 'Interiors" Woody Allen essentially pays homage to Bergman in this story of three daughters who attempt to take care of their emotionally destroyed mother, Eve, while attempting to manage their own lives. It's a film that is soaked heavily in family dynamics, exploring the relationships between the three sisters among themselves, their mother and their wealthy Father, who is considering re-marriage. Each sister has problems of their own whether it's an inferiority complex, a husband whose resentment is only matched by his appetite for booze, or a vanity towards self-image. Given that Woody Allen is not known for his direction skills, I was actually quite impressed with his effort in this film. There are some really nice compositions throughout the film, which help tell the story visually (something I think Allen has lacks), while also having a strong sense of silence in the film, amounting to some great reflective moments of loneliness and despair. Well acted, these character really do come to life, all being severely flawed and/or damaged from both the trials and tribulations of their mother and father's relationship, to their personal problems. This is not as great or potent as some say, typical for Allen enthusiasts, but I liked it quite a bit.
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