#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Early thirty-something American Jesse Wallace is in a Paris bookstore, the last stop on a tour to promote his best selling book, This Time. Although he is vague to reporters about the source material for the book, it is about his chance encounter nine years earlier on June 15-16, 1994 with a Parisienne named Celine, and the memorable and romantic day and evening they spent together in Vienna. At the end of their encounter at the Vienna train station, which is also how the book ends, they, not providing contact information to the other, vowed to meet each other again in exactly six months at that very spot. As the media scrum at the bookstore nears its conclusion, Jesse spots Celine in the crowd, she who only found out about the book when she earlier saw his photograph promoting this public appearance. Much like their previous encounter, Jesse and Celine, who is now an environmental activist, decide to spend time together until he is supposed to catch his flight back to New York, this time only being about an hour. Beyond the issue of the six month meeting, what has happened in their lives in the intervening nine years, and their current lives, they once again talk about their philosophies of life and love, this time with the knowledge of their day together and how it shaped what has happened to them.
Plot: Nine years later, Jesse travels across Europe giving readings from a book he wrote about the night he spent in Vienna with Celine. After his reading in Paris, Celine finds him, and they spend part of the day together before Jesse has to again leave for a flight. They are both in relationships now, and Jesse has a son, but as their strong feelings for each other start to return, both confess a longing for more.
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Life as few know it
I’m a movie lover. That first thing said, i have to recognize that i’m really hard on movies, and i usually discard many of them for being under-prepared, for so many errors and things like that. But with “Before Sunset” i felt different. We all know movies are just fakes: what happens, what we see is not the real life. It’s just a construction. It’s just somebody imagination becoming a visual media. But when i was watching this movie, i didn’t felt that. I was seeing real people, with real problems and having thoughts, and fears and hopes. It’s the most real acting i ever saw. All about it is just perfect: the ambiance, the set, the city, even the apartment we can see at the near end. Every piece of the movie was connected, and you can tell a whole story about the characters just for hear them, or seeing the way they talk, the things they said, the music they chooses or the things they have. In that way of thinking, i found this movie inspirational, a well-made piece of life, and incredibly deep and wide film. I think this is a portrait of life as only a few can know, of all the shadows and lights we all share.
So, i really recommend it, even if you didn’t saw the first one.
A great movie, and a nice break from most Hollywood trash.
This is simply one of the best movies I’ve seen, with very few qualifications. Maybe I should say that this is one of the best “simple” movies I’ve seen. Perhaps it is a bit like cooking, use fresh and quality ingredients and you can make something great without a lot of unnecessary stuff. Unfortunately, Hollywood just doesn’t seem to have the ambition to make these type of movies anymore.
In any event, this is one of the few sequels that matches the intensity and integrity of the original. First, it has many simple, yet stylish and honest shots. Perhaps the Scorcese shot is used too much (i.e. following the actors on a long walk without cutting a la Goodfellas kitchen scene), but I don’t think so because it makes sense in the context of the movie. Second, many of the shots have interesting emotive effect. For instance, towards the end of the movie, after these “lovers” are fighting the clock (because Ethan Hawke’s character needs to catch a flight) and are cruising down the river, they are so engrossed in their conversation and the fact that they are trying to get so much out of the last few minutes they don’t notice their ride is coming to an end. However, we the viewer can see what the characters either don’t see or don’t want to see, that the boat is crossing over the river to its destination and the departure no one wants to deal with. The viewer is given a wonderful sense of dread as the bank approaches in the background, because we know what is going to happen when the ride ends, and like the characters, we don’t want it to end either. Even if the film borrows heavily from other great movies (e.g. My Dinner with Andre) it is independent of those influences.
Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke were great per usual. Making the dialogue ring true is difficult, but they pull it off. As before, they completely capture the nature of the intimate and friendly conversational style of friends or lovers that is normally edited out of most movies. When people talk, things are not always sequential or rationale, and unlike most movies this movie doesn’t try and correct that. Not for a moment does the audience find themselves thinking that this is some sort of charade and no one would ever talk like that. The dialogue is intelligent and insightful, but that is because the characters are intelligent and have a knack for being brutally honest with their thoughts and feelings.
This is movie excellence, and I’m glad some film makers are still trying to make art. Despite the romantic themes this isn’t a date flick, so be prepare to deal with the difficult and often unresolved issues of love and relationships that arise.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 20 min (80 min)
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Richard Linklater
Writer Richard Linklater (screenplay), Julie Delpy (screenplay), Ethan Hawke (screenplay), Richard Linklater (story), Kim Krizan (story), Richard Linklater (characters), Kim Krizan (characters)
Actors Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, Vernon Dobtcheff, Louise Lemoine Torrès
Country USA, France
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 9 wins & 31 nominations.
Production Company Warner Independent Pictures
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory Laboratoires Éclair, Paris, France (dailies), Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak) (Fuji)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm