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Incredibly, she agreed to finish the film, shooting the breakup scene in the immediate aftermath of her discovery.
And for months, she went back and forth on whether to reconcile with Allen.
“She was in denial, obviously,” her sister Tisa told Vanity Fair.
“Her whole life was tied up with this man.” For his part, Allen couldn’t see what the big deal was.
Curiously, it was Ronan who got his mother to return to acting.
“I’d wanted Mia from the get-go,” writer-director Todd Solondz tells The Post.
He was recently the subject of a worshipful, two-part “American Masters” special on PBS.
In her 1997 memoir, “What Falls Away,” Farrow recounts Allen’s multiple failings as a partner and a father: Allen would have his secretary call her to make dates. Upon the adoption of their first child, he tells her, “Look, I don’t care about the baby.
What I care about is my work.” Farrow starred in 13 Woody Allen movies — from 1982’s “A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy” to 1992’s “Husbands and Wives” — and he reportedly only ever paid her 0,000 a film.
Her friend Leonard Gershe told Vanity Fair that Woody often disparaged Farrow’s talent, saying “she was only good in his pictures, not anybody else’s.
Nobody would ever hire her again.” He and Farrow never lived together — she and the children stayed in her massive Upper West Side apartment, Allen on the Upper East Side — and though Allen saw the children every day, Farrow has said he mostly ignored them.
“One of my greatest regrets,” she has said, “is that I permitted this to continue through 12 irreplaceable years of their childhoods.” No one’s quite sure when Allen’s affair with Soon-Yi, whom Farrow had adopted with ex-husband Previn in 1978, began.