In this memoir, Mia Farrow takes us on a journey into her life. She covers childhood and motherhood and explores her spiritual journey, with a candid examination of her marriages to Frank Sinatra and Andre Previn and her close but troubled 12-year relationship with Woody Allen.
In this memoir, Mia Farrow takes us on a journey into her life. As the daughter of actress Maureen O'Sullivan and film director John Farrow, she lived what was by all appearances a charmed and privileged childhood. But below the surface, money troubles, marital tensions, drinking, and occasionally violence marred the Hollywood illusion. When Mia was nine, the isolation of a polio ward brought her childhood to an abrupt end. Her father's death propelled her out into the world, where she embarked on an acting career that included television, theatre and film - from her debut in "Peyton Place" to her first starring role in "Rosemary's Baby", and on to her 13 films with Woody Allen. Farrow explores her spiritual journey and includes a candid examination of her marriages to Frank Sinatra and Andre Previn and her close but troubled 12-year relationship with Woody Allen.
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