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I've been on a bit of a Woody Allen binge lately – enjoying his self-deprecating, New York-centric sense of humour – and I usually prefer it when he features in his films, essentially playing a version of himself. Interiors, however, offers an almost entirely female perspective on Allen's recurrent themes, providing a more serious examination of the balance between a career, family and love. Aesthetically, the film is also one of Allen's most elegant, especially in terms of the wardrobe and production design. While it was released in 1978 it feels incredibly undated, and just as inspiring today as it would have been 36 years ago.