Oh, and by the way, Weide added, Mia Farrow testified on behalf of Polanski, despite his admission to having sex with a 13-year-old in 1977, so she's a hypocrite.
I want to thank Dylan Farrow for writing about how hard it was for her to live with the fact that most people find "it easier to accept the ambiguity, to say, 'who can say what happened,' to pretend that nothing was wrong."
I still don't know what happened between the filmmaker and the little girl. But I do know I don't like the way Allen has used women. Ditto Polanski, whose career took off with the 1974 film "Chinatown," about a corrupt dirty old man whose success allowed him to sexually abuse a terrified teenager.
And I don't have to live in Chinatown.
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