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In the interview, Allen described his relationship to his wife as “paternal,” explaining “I’m 35 years older, and somehow, through no fault of mine or hers, the dynamic worked. She responded to someone paternal.” It’s a different tune than the one that Previn and Allen took back when news of the affair broke in 1992, with Allen demurring that she was “probably more mature than I am” and Previn rebuffing any suggestion that she viewed him as a father figure.

Here’s a look at the ways Previn and Allen have described their relationship in rare interviews over the years.

So, it was a red flag,' Allen quipped as Keaton laughed from the dais.

Allen also said that Los Angeles native Keaton was a 'beautiful girl in New York City' but noted that she wasn't a 'conventional' beauty.'By conventional, I mean pleasing to the eye,' he joked causing Oscar-winner Reese Witherspoon to crack up.

I was taking her to these high-end restaurants, 0 for dinner.I admit it’s offbeat, but let’s not get hysterical.The tragedy here is that, because of Mia’s vindictiveness, the children must suffer. Thinks it’s torture.”As for whether he worries about the big age difference between them, Allen simply said: ”I worry about that only in that I hope that I live long enough to give her sufficient nourishment. Following Mia and Allen’s split, Mia accused Allen of sexually abusing Dylan when she was seven-years-old, Ronan would have been four.Dylan, now 28, repeated the allegation in 2014 in a lengthy blog post.The speciality food store, where Isaac Davis and schoolgirl Tracy (Mariel Hemingway) diss Mary Wilkie, is between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue, while Isaac collects his kid from ex-wife Jill (Meryl Streep) for a meal and some guy stuff, at the (subsequently closed, but now renovated) Russian Tea Room, between 52nd and 53rd Streets, visits the Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street, with Mary Wilkie, and watches art movies with her at the now gone Cinema Studio, which stood at .


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