Before Sunrise

By cevl
Written June 28, 2017
Great movie, you really need to listen to what they are saying, as the dialogue is very rich.
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By jpcapili
Written September 28, 2016
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By lugubriousthespian
Written March 09, 2015
Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpi give totally believable and winning performances in this remarkably old fashioned tale of spur of the moment romance given a modern uplift when two souls at a crossroads in their lives decide to share an unscheduled day & night in Vienna after casually meeting on a train in Europe. Gorgeous cinematography enhances this bittersweet story of lost chances and destiny as the couple glides moment to moment with some really fascinating ruminations on life and love. Very little in the way of plot but the characterizations are incredibly well-wrought and almost hypnotic from first frame to fade out.
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By tjhicks86
Written March 29, 2017
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By gilbert282
Written February 23, 2010
Aboard a train for vienna, Jesse and Celine, have no thought of when the day will dawn upon the prime of their lives. Their hearts beating on clashing impulses. Hers , humble but shrouding her present existence. His, a rivalry with self worth, marred by rejection. They glance at their books and at the fading scenery,both knowing little that a couple's argument would soon hasten them into the sunrise of life, when past failure and heartache;present feelings and risks, and the certainty of death, someday, lighten the path along their journey together through the streets of vienna - like dust from different stars, joined, getting to know each other through the night. The following day when they go their own way, they're still shrouded in the manifestation they have experienced , a contentness looming over them,yet both eager to return in a short time to be together, not forseeing the eclipse of misfortune, nor that life beneath the sun is a harpischord accompanied by a sad violin.
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