Mia Farrow is “afraid” of her ex-partner Woody Allen.
The star “Hannah and Her Sisters” was in a relationship with the 85-year-old filmmaker between 1980 and 1992, and nearly 30 years after their split, the actress has said she feared her former partner.
Mia spoke on HBO’s new documentary series, “Allen v. Farrow,” which investigates the breakdown of their relationship – which began when Allen had an affair with his current wife and Mia’s adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn – and allegations about the child sexual abuse by her adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow.
And Mia, 76, has said she feared the documentary will “attack Allen again” to “save herself from the truth”.
In a preview of the four-part series that premieres on February 21, Mia said, “I don’t know, I’m just scared. I’m scared of him. A person who is not true to the truth will. ” Do everything. A person who will do anything is someone to be scared of.
“So I’m worried that if this documentary comes out he will be attacked again. He will do everything possible to save himself from the truth and the mess that he has made. “
Elsewhere in the documentary, Mia also expressed regret for ever starting a relationship with Allen, saying he should never have been in the family.
She added, “If I could take it all back, I would. I wish I had never met him. It’s my great regret in my life to bring someone like this who should never have been in the family.”
‘Allen v. Farrow ‘features interviews with Mia and Dylan, as well as other members of the Farrow-Previn family, including Ronan Farrow, Fletcher Previn, and daughters Quincy and Tam Farrow.
The family friend and singer, Carly Simon, and prosecutor Frank Maco will also be interviewed, and will show never-before-seen footage of Mia and Allen’s living together before they split in 1992.
Allen and Soon-Yi did not participate in the series, although parts of the director’s memoir “Apropos of Nothing” are included in the audio book.