Before Trilogy (1995-2013)
I recently watched Before Sunset and was blown away by how well it captured the intensity and complexity of romantic relationships.
The movie follows Jesse and Celine, two characters who first met on a train in Before Sunrise and are now reunited in Paris nine years later.
The chemistry between the two is electric, and the way their conversation unfolds in real time is both engaging and realistic.
As they walk around the city and reconnect, Jesse and Celine discuss a wide range of topics, from their past experiences to their hopes and fears for the future.
The writing is sharp and the performances from Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy are outstanding. The movie also does a great job of exploring the challenges of maintaining a long-term relationship, and the ending is both satisfying and bittersweet.
Overall, I would highly recommend Before Sunset to fans of romantic dramas. It's a beautifully crafted film that explores the complexities of love and relationships with sensitivity and intelligence.
I recently watched Before Sunrise and was immediately drawn in by the chemistry between the two main characters, Jesse and Celine.
The movie follows the pair as they spend a night wandering the streets of Vienna and getting to know each other.
The dialogue is smart and natural, and the performances from Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy are charming and authentic.
The city of Vienna is also a character in the movie, and the way the film captures the city at night adds a romantic and dreamlike quality to the story.
As Jesse and Celine walk around the city and talk, they discuss a wide range of topics, from their hopes and fears to their past experiences and future plans.
The movie does an excellent job of capturing the excitement and uncertainty of a new relationship, and the ending is both satisfying and bittersweet.
Overall, I would highly recommend Before Sunrise to fans of romantic dramas. It's a beautifully crafted film that captures the magic and intensity of falling in love.
I recently watched Before Midnight and was blown away by how well it continued the story of Jesse and Celine.
The movie picks up several years after the events of Before Sunset and follows the couple as they navigate the challenges of long-term relationships.
The writing is once again sharp and realistic, and the performances from Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy are outstanding.
As Jesse and Celine spend a summer vacation in Greece with their children, they must confront the realities of their relationship and the changes that time has brought.
The movie does an excellent job of depicting the highs and lows of a long-term relationship, and the ending is both surprising and emotionally satisfying.
Overall, I would definitely recommend Before Midnight to fans of the first two movies. It's a smart and emotionally honest exploration of love and commitment that will resonate with anyone who has ever been in a long-term relationship.