Comments on: In it for the Money: Crimes and Misdemeanors it's like being there Tue, 16 Sep 2014 04:56:38 +0000 hourly 1 By: Mortrefuge Mortrefuge Sat, 08 Mar 2014 00:14:36 +0000 The problem I have with Dylan’s open letter is that many of details appear to be cribbed from Maureen Orth’s original 1992 Vanity Fair article. And some details are re-characterized in a way that doesn’t feel honest and done in a way to make the maximum amount of damage. In the November 2013 article Dylan stated that she didn’t remember much but she remembered what happened in the attic and she remembered what she was and wasn’t wearing. She also stated that it was something that only happened once and everything else was everyday weirdness. Compare that the very specific details from her open letter. I agree that Allen does fail to address the pain he caused by taking Soon Yi away from Mia’s family. I suspect that it’s something he can’t admit even to himself much less to anyone else. So in a way he is probably as self-deluded as anyone in this drama. However that doesn’t mean we must automatically believe that Dylan is telling the truth. Only that for whatever reason she believes it to be true. Which is a subtle but telling difference.