Named “Rainy Day in New York”, the latest film by the American director may never be released.
The charges against producer Harvey Weinstein have allowed many women to speak out against the violence they suffered. Among them, Dylan Farrow, the daughter of Woody Allen, who had filed a complaint against his father for sexual touching in 1992, and who reiterated his accusations. And this time, thanks to the importance of the #MeToo movement, many actors and actresses have decided to believe it, some publicly announcing that they regretted having worked with Woody Allen.
A mystery, even for actors
Obviously, this collective awareness will directly affect the latest project of the director, “A Rainy Day in New York.” While some actors in the film, like Timothée Chalamet or Selena Gomez, had already decided to donate their stamp to charities fighting against sexual abuse, the release of this new feature film seems now compromised since the studio Amazon has announced that no release date has been chosen “. Even Elle Fanning, who holds one of the titles roles, knows no more, as she told the Hollywood Reporter at the Deauville American Film Festival: “Many things have been said about (from the exit) but, me, they did not tell me anything. ”
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She adds, philosopher: “We just have to try to make a reason, I think the experience I’ve lived is the most important thing, we did a good job, and finally nobody will see it .. . But it’s like that.”