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Before Sunset (Sous-titres franais)

Ethan Hawke , Julie Delpy , Richard Linklater    Unrated   DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The perfect sequel Feb. 27 2005
There is basically 2 reasons why this movie is the perfect sequel.
First: It is not about making money out of a very successful first film. Before Sunrise was not a success, it was an outstanding indie film that captured a rare moment between two persons. Which was an encounter that was very unlikely to happen between an american guy an a french girl while they are travelling. It was about the emergency of knowing the other person because you already know how it will end. The ending was a question that could be answered 3 different ways depending on your cynism or your romanticism. They would never meet again, they might but unlikely or they will definitly end up together. 9 years later the answer is given in Before Sunset.
Second reason: Every subject that was discussed in the first movie will be reopened by the two of them. The maturity and the desillusionment of both gives a depth to those discussions that were held 9 years before. The first movie add to the second, but the second also add to the first. Before Sunset is excellent. They talk about pertinent subjects. It isn't about USA versus France nor a man versus a woman, it is about two human beings living in a world of nonsense and trying to find their own way of living happily in it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars That rare sequel... Jan. 26 2013
By ldnsara
...That impresses in its perfect match to the original. These movies (Before Sunrise and this successor) go hand-in-hand, and together form a beautiful, astute and sincere love story -- as simple as they get, and as heart-rendering as they come. The fact that both films hit you with equal force and feeling is to the credit of the writers (...many even claim this one to be better!). If you loved the first, trust me when I say that there is no need for apprehensiveness towards this sequel. You will love this one too.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply put: Brilliant March 3 2005
There was alot of hype leading up to the release of this film, and with good reason. The original movie, "Before Sunrise" has achieved the status of being a cult favorite among movie goers, and many were leary about what would take place in a sequel. So many questions were left unanswered with the first flim: would Jesse and Celine ever meet up six months later in Vienna? Would they be able to move on with their lives after their one incredible evening together? Many people, myself inculded, were somewhat afraid to find out these answers, instead preferring to let our imagination run away with us.
But I give major credit to Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, who all three cowrote this movie. They know what works, and they knew how to answer all the questions that were important to the fans, and I have to admit that I would not change one thing about this film.
This one is now set in Paris, nine years after the initial meeting in Vienna. Jesse is now on a book tour, a book which is of course about his night with Celine. She meets him in a Paris bookstore, where he is being interviewed, and they embark on a real time one and a half hour catch up session before he must go to the airport and back to America. Their dialogue with one another is as though they never left each other, which in a way is very satisfying to see. The conversation relates to things they have talked about before, venturing into the philosophical issues of life, and the half written, half improvised script is very realistic, and very satisfying.
As much as I want to, I will not spill the secrets of this film, as they must be seen to be fully understood.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A sweet intelligent movie July 8 2013
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This time I knew what to expect and I enjoyed it more. The movie invites one to consider the very nature and purpose of our existence in a fragmentary, superficial and changing world.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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J'adore ce genre de film, où de vrais dialogues entre un homme et une femme sur la vie, l'amour tous les sujets qu'un couple discute dans la vrai vie! Bravo!
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