Richard Linklater's third feature -- set, like his other works, over the course of one 24-hour period -- Before Sunrise is a sweet, intelligent romantic comedy filmed primarily in Austria. It stars Ethan Hawke as Jesse, a young American travelling through Europe. On a train he meets Celine, a French student portrayed by Julie Delpy. Together they ...
Richard Linklater's third feature -- set, like his other works, over the course of one 24-hour period -- Before Sunrise is a sweet, intelligent romantic comedy filmed primarily in Austria. It stars Ethan Hawke as Jesse, a young American travelling through Europe. On a train he meets Celine, a French student portrayed by Julie Delpy. Together they leave the train to begin exploring the city of Vienna, walking and talking into the wee hours of the night and slowly falling in love as the minutes before Jesse's return to the U.S. tick away. Jason Ankeny, Rovi
Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, Hanno Pöschl, Andrea Eckert, Peter Ily Huemer. Good in good packaging. Language: English. Run time: 101 mins. Originally released: 1995. Ex) Library Copy. Moderate wear on DVD/Case. Usual library markings, stampings and stickers. FRONT ARTWORK HAS BEEN CLIPPED, PLEASE NOTE
Harald Waiglein, Haymon Maria Buttinger, Dominik Castell, Erni Mangold, Tex Rubinowitz, Karl Bruckschwaiger, Hanno Pöschl,... Good. 1995 Run time: 105. Connecting viewers with great movies since 1972. All used discs are inspected and guaranteed. Used discs may not include digital content. Customer service is our top priority!
Loved it, loved it, loved it. A great talkfest movie that held my interest the whole time. The scenery and the conversations are captivating. I also love Before Sunset and Before Midnight.
Aug 15, 2013
Excellent. Prompt service. Fast delivery. Just as described. Would recommend, with no reservations.
May 14, 2008
This movie takes the step of answering what might happen if you ever asked that pretty girl on the train to get off at your stop. Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) do just that, and spend a day together in Vienna before Jesse flies home to America. It's clear that they are attracted to each other, and not just because they're both Hollywood good looking. They talk (and talk and talk) incessantly, about world views, about their emotions, about life in general - if that's not your thing, you should avoid this film.
But it very much captures the spirit of being young and idealistic and willing to take a huge leap into love and life. While it's a flawed film (they seem to still know very little about each other at the films end, for instance) it also doesn't rush for a typical Hollywood ending and does a great job of showing what it's like to be young.