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New York Times:
Mr. Allen is becoming an immensely sophisticated director, but this screenplay is in need of a merciless literary editor.
A piece of posturing phoniness designed to awe spectators who like their psychodramas third-hand and upscale.
Film is the most voyeuristic medium, but rarely have I experienced this fact more sharply than while watching Woody Allen's Another Woman.
Rowlands' perfectly pitched approach to a demanding role is particularly stunning.
Film that emerges is brave, in many ways fascinating, and in all respects of a caliber rarely seen.
Once again, Allen has mistaken unfunny for serious, feeling the breath of immortality on his shoulder.
The storytelling is fluid and dramatic -- almost theatrical -- the film glows with light and the design is economically artful.