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HBO Max Will Not Remove Woody Allen Movies, Says Viewers Can Decide to Stream or Not – IndieWire

The streaming platform says “viewers [can] make their own informed decisions about screening the work.”

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HBO Max will not remove Woody Allen movies from its streaming platform, despite HBO now airing its four-part documentary series “Allen v. Farrow.” The show examines Dylan Farrow’s accusations of sexual abuse against Woody Allen, which has left many viewers puzzled over how HBO could air the series while also streaming six of Allen’s movies on HBO Max. The Allen movies now available to stream are “Scoop,” “Broadway Danny Rose,” “Shadows and Fog,” “Radio Days,” “Another Woman,” and “September,” five…

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