I love ginger hair, I think it looks awesome. If I was ginger I’d grow it reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaallllly long and be all hippy like; put braids in it. Thread flowers through it and embrace my pale face and freckles. , Oh and I would only wear floaty pale dresses and live in the forest so I would…
Throughout his life, Sinatra had mood swings and bouts of depression. Solitude and unglamorous surroundings were to be avoided at all cost. He struggled with the conflicting need “to get away from it all, but not too far away.” He acknowledged this, telling an interviewer in the 1950s: “Being an 18-karat manic depressive, and having lived a life of violent emotional contradictions, I have an over-acute capacity for sadness as well as elation.” In her memoirs My Father’s Daughter, his daughter Tina wrote about the “eighteen-karat” remark: “As flippant as Dad could be about his mental state, I believe that a Zoloft a day might have kept his demons away. But that kind of medicine was decades off.”[59
Farrow married singer Frank Sinatra on July 19, 1966, when she was 21 and he was 50. During the production of Farrow’s 1968 film Rosemary’s Baby, after she refused Sinatra’s demand that she quit the film to work on his movie The Detective, he served her with divorce papers on the Rosemary’s Baby set. The divorce was finalized in 1968 and was discussed in Jay J. Armes' 1976 book.
In 1970, Farrow married the musician André Previn. His former wife, songwriter Dory Previn, blamed Farrow for the end of her relationship with Previn and wrote a scathing song, entitled “Beware of Young Girls”, about the incident. Farrow and Previn had three biological children (twins Matthew and Sascha, born February 26, 1970, and Fletcher, born March 14, 1974). In 1973 and 1976, respectively, they adopted Vietnamese infants Lark Song and Summer “Daisy” Song (born October 6, 1974), followed by the adoption of eight-year-old Soon-Yi (born October 8, 1970) from Korea around 1978. André and Mia divorced in 1979, but remained on good terms. Lark died on Christmas Day of 2008.
In 1980, Farrow began seeing film director Woody Allen. Together they adopted Moses “Misha” Farrow (born January 27, 1978, adopted 1980) and Dylan “Eliza” Farrow (born July 11, 1985, now called Malone). On December 19, 1987, Mia gave birth to Satchel O’Sullivan Farrow, now known as Ronan Seamus Farrow. During their relationship, Farrow starred in many of Allen’s films, and several of their children also made appearances.
Farrow and Allen parted after Farrow discovered a sexual relationship between Allen and her adopted daughter Soon-Yi. During the subsequent custody battle involving Farrow’s and Allen’s three children, Farrow filed charges that Allen had molested their daughter Dylan, then seven years old. Allen has adamantly denied the charges. A doctor concluded that Dylan “either invented the story under the stress of living in a volatile and unhealthy home or that it was planted in her mind by her mother” because Dylan presented the story inconsistently. In September 1993, Connecticut State Attorney Frank Maco announced that, while he had “probable cause” to prosecute Allen on charges of sexual molestation of Dylan, he was dropping the case to spare her the trauma of appearing in court.
Farrow has been estranged from Soon-Yi since Soon-Yi’s 1997 marriage to Allen. Farrow called the loss a “tragedy” in The Observer and remarked that “she’s not coming back.” Farrow said of Soon-Yi: “She was on the streets in Korea when she was captured and brought to the state orphanage. And in a way I can see from her perspective — a very limited perspective — that she’s improved her situation. For a little orphan kid from Korea … Perhaps she’s not to be blamed.” In a widely circulated quote, Soon-Yi dismissed Farrow as “no Mother Teresa”. In 2008, Farrow spoke to Entertainment Weekly about Allen, suggesting that she had come to terms with what happened, saying, “In the fullness of time, it’s that big.”
Between 1992–1995, Farrow adopted 6 more children: Tam Farrow (born 1979); Quincy Farrow, now known as Kaeli-Sha Farrow; Frankie-Minh (born 1991); Isaiah Justus (born 1992); Thaddeus Wilk Farrow (born 1988); and, Gabriel Wilk Farrow, adopted in 1995 and named after Elliott Wilk, the judge who oversaw Farrow’s 1993 legal battle with Allen. Her adopted daughter Tam Farrow died of heart failure in 2000 at the age of 19. On Christmas Day 2008, her adopted daughter Lark Previn died after a long illness. Although no official cause was released, her death was rumored to be AIDS-related.
This now famous photograph was taken in 1966. It was supposed to be a photo of the staircase. They got more than they bargained for. The picture has been analyzed by experts including ones from Kodak. After examining the original negative, Kodak concluded that it had not been tampered with. Unexplained figures have been seen around the staircase, and mysterious footsteps have been heard as well. Also, if you look closely, you will see not one but two figures in the image.
Sam: You don’t realize, this is good, this doesn’t happen often in your life. We can work this stuff out. I want to help you, you know? We need each other…
Andrew Largeman: This isn’t a conversation about this being over, it’s, it’s… I’m not, like, putting a period at the end of this, you know, I’m putting, like, an ellipsis on it, cause I’m- I’m- I’m worried that if I don’t figure myself out, if I don’t go like land on my own two feet, then I’m just gonna to mess this whole thing up, and this is too important. I gotta go… you changed my life in four days. This is the beginning of something really big. But right now, I gotta go.