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The Purple Rose of Cairo(1985)

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  • Lovely little Mia

    • don
    • 1/6/11

    I could be wrong but I think this is the film in which Mia's character has a scene in which her naked breasts are fully displayed. Unfortunately the character's face is not shown during those few seconds, but when the scene continues it is just with Mia. For such a petitle little gal, she certainly has a surprisingly nice pair. A shame she never showed more. She certainly had the opportunity in another of her films, the thriller "See No Evil".

  • One of Allen's most creative

    • Stefano
    • 7/11/10

    The Purple Rose of Cairo is well conceived, written and designed. The art direction is spot on, with an incredible eye for authenticity. You really feel like you are in the Great Depression era.

  • The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 9/12/09

    Woody Allen never ceases to amaze me. His imagination and humor are so admirable. This film is so unusual and incredibly creative. Enthralling even. It never fails to fascinate and in many ways it is brilliant. My only gripe is the two leads. I think Mia Farrow and Jeff Daniels are too bland, better casting would have helped. The rest of the cast is terrific though, especially Zoe Caldwell.

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