When Drew Barrymore

was asked

for the movie

Everyone Says I Love You

in the 1990s

, she saw it as a highlight in her career.

Now she regrets working with director Woody Allen, she said on her talk show on Monday.

The actress had Dylan Farrow as a guest on her show.

Allen's adopted daughter accuses him of childhood sexual abuse.

Barrymore told Farrow that she hadn't looked into Farrow's side of the story before and was content with what she'd been told.

"I see that things are now changing in the business and that is because you have made a brave choice. Thank you for that," said the presenter.

Farrow, who came to talk about the HBO documentary

Allen v. Farrow

on the talk show

, said it did her good to hear Barrymore's words.

"It's easy for me to say that of course you shouldn't work with him. He's a jerk, a monster. But I love that you let me know that my story was important enough to you to change your mind. . "