From the TCM website:
The creator of an extensive gallery of diverse film characters including Rosemary in Rosemary's Baby (1968) and Tina Vitale in Broadway Danny Rose (1984), Mia Farrow brings her perceptions and insights to a new role-Guest Programmer for TCM. Joining host Robert Osborne, Farrow introduces and discusses four of her favorite films, choosing director Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon (1950) for its "sheer artistry." Farrow's friend Salvador Dali first recommended that she catch Luis Bunuel's The Exterminating Angel (1962), "one of the most surreal movies you could possibly see."
Farrow, who met Ingmar Bergman and found the Swedish director to be "mesmerizing," champions Fanny and Alexander (1982, TCM premiere) as one of his films that deserves to be more widely seen. Although the subject matter of Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull (1980) might not ordinarily interest Farrow, she admires the boxing film for its performances and human drama and reveals that she watched it numerous times to "borrow" Cathy Moriarty's speech patterns for her own performance in Broadway Danny Rose.
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