Simultaneously, Zelig suffered and suffers from the limitations of the mockumentary, as parasite and slave to the documentary, inherent filmed format and key components imitated to the point of triteness. In that film, documentarian Marty iBergi referred to his work as a "rockumentary, if you will" oherty
Allen, Farrow and Soon-Yi Previnc. According to her testimony during the custody trial, Farrow became concerned about Allen's behavior around Dylan in — She reportedly told Allen that he was paying too much attention to Dylan and failing to give her "breathing room".
He had allegedly read to Dylan while in his underwear, allowed her to suck his thumb, and would sit on her bed in the morning waiting for her to wake up.
Susan Coates, witnessed some of Allen's behavior and testified during the custody trial in that she did not see it as sexual, but as "inappropriately intense because it excluded everybody else".
According to Allen, it began in late December She alleges that Dylan saw Allen and Previn on the bed together in the summer or autumn of Allen's characterization" of the photographs. Simon", who turned out to be Allen. Susan Coates, Farrow telephoned Dr.
Coates to say she had learned that Previn and Allen were still in a relationship; Farrow was distressed and told Coates that, just a week earlier, she and Allen had talked about getting married. Dylan did not repeat the allegation to the pediatrician that day, but she did the following day during a second visit; the doctor then informed authorities.
The doctor found no physical evidence of sexual assault. Susan Coates informed Allen of the allegation during a therapy session; he responded "I'm completely flabbergasted," repeating it several times.
It's real and happily all true. She's a lovely, intelligent, sensitive woman who has and continues to turn around my life in a wonderfully positive way. Of the affair, he said: It was a fact, but not one with any great import. Leventhal, a pediatrician, the Yale—New Haven team interviewed Dylan, Dylan's psychologist, Allen, Farrow, their domestic staff, and others.
He described her anger when she did. She did not remember Dylan being without her underwear. Susan Coates, a Farrow family therapist, testified that Farrow had been so angry with Allen when she discovered the affair with Previn that Coates had feared for Allen's safety.
Alan Dershowitz, representing Farrow, said there had been an "exploratory" session to attempt mediation.
He added that Allen's lawyers were "trying to set a trap, the trap failed and now they testify as if the trap succeeded". One of Allen's lawyers acknowledged when cross-examined that the discussion about money related mostly to the children's education and medical care, as well as money owed for Farrow's film work for Allen.
Citing inconsistencies in Dylan's account, he said the Yale—New Haven team "had two hypotheses: And the other hypothesis was that she was coached or influenced by her mother.
We did not come to a firm conclusion. We think that it was probably a combination. Anne Meltzer, a forensic psychologist, testified for Allen that the report had "reached conclusions that were supported well by the data they collected.
Stephen Harman, a child psychiatrist, testified for Farrow that the report was "seriously flawed", and that he could find no evidence of a thought disorder in Dylan's statements. Another criticism was that the team was unwilling to testify in court, except via Leventhal's deposition.
The Yale—New Haven team's unwillingness to testify in court, except through Leventhal's deposition, together with the destruction of its notes, had rendered its report, he wrote, "sanitized and, therefore, less credible".
He said he had never been in the attic crawl space; when the police said they had taken fingerprints in there, he said it was possible that his prints were there.
On September 20 that year, Frank Maco, the State's Attorney, accompanied by a female police detective, talked to Dylan; Maco told a reporter in This report has, therefore, been considered unfounded. In addition, Maco had sent a copy of his statement to the judge who was deciding whether to overturn Allen's adoption of Dylan and Moses.
That act was "inappropriate, unsolicited and potentially prejudicial", the panel ruled. Her position was based, in part, on her view that Allen's affair with Soon-Yi Previn had begun before the adoption was finalized on December 17, Farrow fabricated the allegations without any basis".The moral was that they are like people of any other faith..
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