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Woody Allen says he’s made wife Soon-Yi Previn’s life better

/ 08:53 PM May 05, 2016
Woody Allen, Soon-Yi Previn, Movies, Mia Farrow, “Cafe Society", France, Cannes International Film Festival

Woody Allen, Soon-Yi Previn, Movies, Mia Farrow, “Cafe Society”, France, Cannes International Film Festival

LOS ANGELES — Woody Allen says in a revealing interview that he has made wife Soon-Yi Previn’s life better and the controversy that surrounded the couple in the 1990s hasn’t traumatized him.

Allen tells The Hollywood Reporter in an interview posted online Wednesday that the 45-year-old Previn had a difficult upbringing in South Korea before being adopted by Allen’s former girlfriend Mia Farrow.

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Allen says he has “been able to really make her life better” by providing her with “enormous opportunities.” He tells the magazine that she’s “very sophisticated” now and has “become a different person.”

The 80-year-old director adds that he stayed “immune” from the criticism surrounding the beginning of their relationship by continuing to work.

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Allen’s latest film, “Cafe Society,” is set to open at France’s Cannes International Film Festival later this month. TVJ

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