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So, as far as Allen is concerned, his 19-year marriage to Previn has been hugely beneficial. Made films all through those years and at the same rate I was making them. I am very disciplined and very monomaniacal and compartmentalized.” As for Soon-Yi, he refers to her as “one of the great experiences of my life” before going on to explain how their relationship allowed her to bloom.She had a very, very difficult upbringing in Korea: She was an orphan on the streets, living out of trash cans and starving as a 6-year-old. And so I've been able to really make her life better.She's very sophisticated and has been to all the great capitals of Europe. So the contributions I've made to her life have given me more pleasure than all my films. Or travels for UNICEF or something.”Allen says he draws the most enjoyment in life out of his work, which, according to him, involves “charming men” and “beautiful women.” Allen has become known for his fascination with certain young film stars, going from a Scarlett Johansson phase ( I noticed years ago that my kids would be watching Hannah Montana.
Grounded in her human-rights work, Mia Farrow can look back at another triumph—the loving home she created for 14 adopted and biological children.Coupling the mass killings in Darfur with China’s tacit support of the Sudanese government as well as its veto power in the U. Security Council in exchange for a claim on Sudan’s oil, she named the 2008 Beijing Olympics “the genocide Olympics” and triggered an international reaction.Her partner in this crusade has been her son Ronan Farrow, born in 1987, when she was with Allen.“Her body language—how quickly they opened up to her—you can sense when someone is interested on a human-to-human level.”Mia’s activism began in 2000, when UNICEF asked her to go to Nigeria and help publicize a polio-eradication project.At nine she had been a polio victim herself, and she described in detail the isolation and fear she felt then in her best-selling 1997 memoir, Her second African trip, with Ronan to Angola, Mia says, “was altogether different.” They met a man who told them he had had a belt like the one Ronan was wearing, but he ate it. N., on the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, warning that the same thing that had happened in Rwanda was unfolding in Darfur.