Woody Allen’s sexual abuse allegations are the subject of a new shocking HBO documentary that will delve into claims made by his estranged daughter Dylan Farrow.
According to Variety, the four-part documentary, entitled “Allen v. Farrow,” will feature exclusive home movies, court documents, police evidence, and never-before-heard audiotapes.
The special, which will air this month, will also include interviews with Dylan Farrow, her mother, actress Mia Farrow, her brother Ronan and family friend singer Carly Simon; as well as interviews with investigators, experts, eyewitnesses, and the prosecutor who handled the case, Frank Maco.
In the documentary, filmmakers Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering, and Amy Herdy delve deeply into the abuse allegations, the subsequent custody trial, Allen’s infamous relationship with Mia’s daughter Soon Yi-Previn (whom he later married and has two daughters with). The film promises to examine “the aftermath of the trauma on the family in the years that followed.”
Dick and Ziering’s are the filmmakers behind another recently released HBO documentary, “On The Record,” which focused on sexual abuse allegations against Russell Simmons.
In a clip from the film’s trailer, a shocked Mia Farrow is heard saying, “Who on Earth could have believed that of Woody Allen?” speaking on the shocking allegations.“I couldn’t believe it. I just couldn’t believe it,” she said.
“No matter what you think you know, it’s just the tip of the iceberg,” Dylan Farrow can be heard saying.
“Allen v. Farrow” premieres on Sunday, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m.