Woody Allen: I feel alienated and out of touch

Woody Allen has often described reality as a miserable existence and that he made movies in order to escape it and suppress the thought of his ultimate end. In his recent movies, such as “Midnight in Paris,” “Cafe Society,” and TV show “Crisis in Sex Scenes” he journeyed to the past. “I just trying to avoid the grimness of the present,” he says.

To this day, the legendary director still writes his screenplays on a typewriter, and refrains from using computers and even the internet, explaining that he doesn’t avoid it, he just simply doesn’t make a conscious effort to change his old habits, and consequently he feels out of touch and alienated.