Written by Dave Henry

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

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A random person staring at Woody Allen's hand on the set of Allen's latest film, "Blue Moonlight in Barcelona"

Film fans are eagerly awaiting Woody Allen's much-anticipated new film, "Blue Moonlight in Barcelona."

It's the story of artsy rich white people in Barcelona facing an existential crisis, much like his last film, "A Rainy Midnight in Manhattan," which is about artsy rich white people in Manhattan facing an existential crisis.

"A Rainy Midnight in Manhattan" was a huge hit, reminding people of his award-winning film that came out three years ago, "A Mighty Cafe Dream in Rome," which was about artsy rich white people in Rome facing an existential crisis.

Allen hopes that "Blue Moonlight in Barcelona" will do as well at the box office as his film from four years ago, "Deconstructing Vicki Jasmine Hall," which is about artsy rich white people in London facing an existential crisis.

Kate Winchett — who starred in Allen's film, "Romanticizing Old Timey Brooklyn," which was about growing up poor in Brooklyn as told from the perspective of artsy rich white people facing an existential crisis — is looking forward to her lead role in "Blue Moonlight in Barcelona."

"I love being in Woody Allen films," said Winchett, who has starred in three of the director's films, including "The Purple Fog of Paris", which was about artsy rich white people in Paris facing an existential crisis.

Allen, who has shrunk over the years to the size of a cricket, says he still enjoys making movies, despite his age.

"I've been making the same movie for 50 years -- it's just one long movie. People seem to like it, so I'll just keep making the same movie, and move it around to different cities until I eventually disappear into the ether or get stepped on," said Allen.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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