By Ray Pride

David Klion On “Unlearning Woody Allen”

David Klion On “Unlearning Woody Allen”

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  1. Frances Aubrey says:

    I stopped going to or watching Woody Allen movies the moment I heard he had molested his young daughter. As far as I’m concerned, pedophiles deserve no mercy and certainly no support. Whether a man (or a woman) is a priest, an actor, a producer, famous or unknown, if he molests or hurts a child he deserves to be prosecuted and jailed to the fullest extent of the law for his brutal crimes, acts that always profoundly affect each child for the rest of his or her life.

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