Although it seems to be true that she has a very modern sense especially
in Woody Allen's movies, I think she is, at the same time, a very traditional and intimate actress. When she played
Kay Corleone in The Godfather (1972) and its sequels, she was quite suitable to the roll because she wsn't
suitable to the movies at all. I'm not making an oxymoronic statement here. Because Kay Corleone played a counter
point part in those movies. She didn't seem to belong to the dark world that was represented by Marlon Brando and
Al Pacino. I guess, by this very reason, she could get the status of stardom by these gangster movies. She is still
charming in the recent movies such as First Wives Club 1996.