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Year: 2019
Original Title: A Rainy Day in New York
Length: 92 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Studios: Gravier Productions
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Ranking: 46 out of 15,626 movies (up 15)

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Plot

Woody Allen's new romantic comedy focuses on a young couple who meets at the university and decides to spend a romantic weekend in New York. However, his plans are truncated when during his stay the sun disappears and it starts to rain in a pitcher. Given this and their separation, each one will live a series of encounters and comic adventures on their own through the city. Ashleigh (Elle Fanning) will have the opportunity to interview a well-known film director named Roland Pollard (Liev Schreiber) and will rethink her authentic identity while living a complicated and busy routine of the filmmaker that leads her to meet other famous personalities such as the actor Francisco Vega (Diego Luna) and that could also open the doors to his future. For his part, Gatsby (Timothée Chalamet) will spend his day with Chan (Selena Gomez), the young sister of his ex-girlfriend, while discovering that he can take advantage of the only life he has. The young woman will put him fully in the world of filming and become a closer friend than he expected to share some more intimate moments. The controversy has surrounded the production of this film that has not achieved distribution in the United States due to the legal confrontation between Woody Allen and Amazon. Hide full plot... Show full plot

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Cast A Rainy Day in New York

Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning

Ashleigh

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez

Shannon

Jude Law

Jude Law

Ted Davidoff

Liev Schreiber

Liev Schreiber

Roland Pollard

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Trivia A Rainy Day in New York

The film has significantly delayed its release after Amazon and Woody Allen broke their distribution contract and the company sued the director for $68 million. Timothée Chalamet announced on his Instagram account that he would donate his entire salary for the film to LGBT associations and support of victims of sexual abuse in order to "not benefit" from having worked with a man (Woody Allen) accused of abuse. Rebecca Hal did the same in benefit of the Time's Up movement. This is the second time Rebecca Hall works with Woody Allen, after 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' (2008).

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