September is a 1987 American drama film directed by Woody Allen. The film stars Allen, Mia Farrow, Elaine May, Dianne Wiest, and Jack Warden. The film follows a group of friends who gather for a weekend at a country house in upstate New York. The film explores the themes of love, loss, and friendship. The film opens with Allen's character, Isaac Davis, arriving at the country house. He is greeted by his friends, who are all there for a weekend of relaxation and fun. The friends include Isaac's ex-wife, Jill (Mia Farrow), her new husband, Yale (Wallace Shawn), and their young daughter, Hannah (Dianne Wiest). Also present are Isaac's friend, Yale's brother, Cliff (Jack Warden), and Cliff's wife, Leah (Elaine May). The friends spend the weekend talking, eating, drinking, and playing games. They also discuss their relationships, their hopes, and their dreams. As the weekend progresses, the friends begin to reveal their true selves to each other. They talk about their fears, their insecurities, and their regrets. The film ends with the friends saying goodbye to each other. They are all sad to leave, but they know that they will be back together again soon. September is a film about the importance of friendship and the power of love. It is a film that will stay with you long after you have seen it.

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September (1996)

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September is a 1987 American drama film directed by Woody Allen. The film stars Allen, Mia Farrow, Elaine May, Dianne Wiest, and Jack Warden. The film follows a group of friends who gather for a weekend at a country house in upstate New York. The film explores the themes of love, loss, and friendship. The film opens with Allen's character, Isaac Davis, arriving at the country house. He is greeted by his friends, who are all there for a weekend of relaxation and fun. The friends include Isaac's ex-wife, Jill (Mia Farrow), her new husband, Yale (Wallace Shawn), and their young daughter, Hannah (Dianne Wiest). Also present are Isaac's friend, Yale's brother, Cliff (Jack Warden), and Cliff's wife, Leah (Elaine May). The friends spend the weekend talking, eating, drinking, and playing games. They also discuss their relationships, their hopes, and their dreams. As the weekend progresses, the friends begin to reveal their true selves to each other. They talk about their fears, their insecurities, and their regrets. The film ends with the friends saying goodbye to each other. They are all sad to leave, but they know that they will be back together again soon. September is a film about the importance of friendship and the power of love. It is a film that will stay with you long after you have seen it.

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Cast
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Jacqueline Bisset

Pandora
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Edward Fox

Archie
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Michael York

Edmund
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Mariel Hemingway

Virginia
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Virginia McKenna

Violet
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Jenny Agutter

Isobel
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Paul Guilfoyle

Conrad
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Judy Parfitt

Verena
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Angela Pleasence

Lottie
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Anna Cropper

Edie
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Emily Hamilton

Alexa
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Jesse Birdsall

Neil
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Thomas Szekeres

Henry
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Sarah Winman

Lucilla
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David Pullan

Jeff
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Luke Hayden

Police Sergeant
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Martin Murphy

Police Constable
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Rebecca Roper

American Visitor
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Parson Singh

Mrs Ishak
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Rachael Dowling

Katy (as Rachel Dowling)
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John Cantwell

Martin
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Amanda Stuart

Guest
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Ann Rowan

Lady
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Mark Lambert

George
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Karen Ardiff

Nurse
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Sharon Hinds

Jasmine
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Marie O'Neill

Manageress
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Martin Dunne

Mr Cadwallader
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Frank O'Sullivan

Disco Man
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Anne Brogan

Agnes (as Ann Brogan)
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Michael Ford

Dr Martin
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Derry Power

Barman
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Tristan Gribbin

Young Pandora
Crew
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Colin Bucksey

Director
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Rosamunde Pilcher

Writer
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Lee Langley

Writer
Disc Releases
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September

(DVD)

6/7/2005

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