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2 Days in Paris -- 2 Days in Paris follows two days in the relationship of a New York based couple; French photographer Marion and American interior designer Jack, attempt to re-infuse their relationship with romance by taking a vacation to Europe.
2 Days in Paris -- Marion and Jack try to rekindle their relationship with a visit to Paris, home of Marion's parents -- and several of her ex-boyfriends.


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31 August 2007 (USA) See more »
He knew Paris was for lovers. He just didn't think they were all hers.
Marion and Jack try to rekindle their relationship with a visit to Paris, home of Marion's parents -- and several of her ex-boyfriends. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Adam Goldberg ... Jack

Julie Delpy ... Marion

Daniel Brühl ... Lukas
Marie Pillet ... Anna - Marion's Mother
Albert Delpy ... Jeannot - Marion's Father

Alexia Landeau ... Rose - Marion's Sister
Adan Jodorowsky ... Mathieu

Alexandre Nahon ... Manu (as Alex Nahon)
Charlotte Maury-Sentier ... Robbed Lady
Vanessa Seward ... Vanessa
Thibault De Lussy ... Gaël
Chick Ortega ... First Taxi Driver
Patrick Chupin ... Taxi Driver with Jack Russel
Antar Boudache ... Flirtatious Taxi Driver

Ludovic Berthillot ... Racist Taxi Driver
Hubert Toint ... Music Day Taxi Driver
Sandra Berrebi ... Sandra
Arnaud Beunaiche ... Edouard
René-Alban Fleury ... Waiter
Pierre Alloggia ... Arguing Italian 1
Jean-François Perrone ... Arguing Italian 2

Bela Grushka ... American Tourist
Claude Harold ... Micha Sisinsky
Bulut Oktay ... Butcher
Frédérick Guillaud ... Organic Market Vendor (as Frederick Guillaud)
Benjamin Baroche ... Doctor
Jean-Baptiste Puech ... Fireman 1
Clément Rouault ... Fireman 2
Mme Marchand ... Old Neighbor
Josette Schwindling ... Neighbor
Nanou Benhamou ... Fast-food Employee
Julien Bichet ... Young Thief
Pascal Stencel ... Policeman
Sylvain Menage ... Policeman
Silvio Bolino ... Man by the Canal
Manuel Cortell ... Guitarist by the Canal
Soraya Mangin ... Young Anna
Julie Bouvier ... Marion as a Child
Marie Drion ... Rose as a Child
Jean-Michel Roux ... Jean-Michel
Eric Giriat ... Bertrand
Judith Lia ... Judith
Emma Piesse ... Emma
Sébastien Juy ... Sébastien
Federico De Aboim Inglez ... Party Guest (as Frederico De Aboim Inglez)
Till Bahlmann ... Man in the Subway
Corinne Visery ... Flower Vendor
Max ... Jean-Luc - the Cat
Medi Holtrop ... Gallery Guest
Bernard Willem ... Gallery Guest
Michel Hermon ... Gallery Guest
Cécile Dury ... Gallery Guest
Janine Mossuz-Lavau ... Gallery Guest (as Jeanine Mossuz Lavaux)
Chantal Banlier ... Gallery Guest
Maryline Even ... Gallery Guest
Monique Couturier ... Gallery Guest
Eric Moquet ... Gallery Guest
Fanny Masson ... Gallery Guest
Julia Vidit ... Gallery Guest
Emmanuel Matte ... Gallery Guest
Bruno Sermonne ... Gallery Guest
Tonia ... Gallery Guest
Martine Van Der Schueren ... Gallery Guest
Patrice De Vallée ... Gallery Guest
Azertyuiop ... Gallery Guest
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leonie Kranzle ... Lia
Verónica Redondo Moreno ... (uncredited)
Dolly West ... American tourist (uncredited)

Directed by
Julie Delpy 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Julie Delpy 

Produced by
Julie Delpy .... producer
Ulf Israel .... co-producer
Nikolaus Lohmann .... executive producer
Christophe Mazodier .... producer
Charles Paviot .... line producer
Thierry Potok .... producer
Tilo Seiffert .... executive producer
Hubert Toint .... associate producer
Werner Wirsing .... co-producer
Original Music by
Julie Delpy 
Cinematography by
Lubomir Bakchev (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Julie Delpy 
Casting by
Fabienne Bichet 
Costume Design by
Stéphane Rollot  (as Stephan Rollot)
Makeup Department
Suzanne Benoit .... key hair stylist
Suzanne Benoit .... key makeup artist
Benoit Dumont .... additional makeup artist: extras
Chandes Flore .... hair assistant
Production Management
Etienne Boussac .... post-production supervisor
Charles Paviot .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Katia Potok .... second assistant director
Dylan Talleux .... first assistant director
Art Department
Albert Delpy .... artwork
Eva Lenz .... graphic artist
Soraya Mangin .... props
Soraya Mangin .... set dresser
Barbara Marc .... set designer
Sound Department
Oliver Barth .... dialogue editor
Nicolas Cantin .... sound engineer
Thibault Duperier .... boom operator trainee
Thomas Gastinel .... boom operator
Jörg Höhne .... dubbing mixer (as Joerg Hoehne)
Jörg Höhne .... head of audio production (as Joerg Hoehne)
Jörg Höhne .... sound re-recording mixer
Sebastian Morsch .... supervising sound designer
Daniel Piechotka .... technical support: sound
Robin Pohle .... foley editor
Robin Pohle .... sound recordist
Günther Röhn .... foley artist
Sven Serfling .... sound editor
Julien Sicart .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Florian Obrecht .... visual effects
Nhat Phong Tran .... visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Lubomir Bakchev .... additional still photographer
Cécile Carassou .... clapper loader
Julie Delpy .... additional still photographer
Catherine Faux .... still photographer
Adam Goldberg .... additional still photographer
Pierre-Yves Le Mée .... key grip
Régis Mazodier .... still photographer
Mathieu Normand .... focus puller
Olivier Regent .... gaffer
Mathieu Szpiro .... electrician
Fabrice Sébille .... Steadicam operator (as Fabrice Sebille)
Jérémie Tondowski .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Juliet Perrachon .... dresser
Editorial Department
Etienne Boussac .... additional editor
Vera Jeske Younan .... color grader (as Vera Jeske)
Dennis Lösch .... color timer
Florian Obrecht .... on-line editor
Martin Schwertführer .... film lab supervisor
Jeffrey M. Werner .... additional editor
Gérard Estival .... color timer (uncredited)
Leroy Wolf .... color timer (uncredited)
Music Department
Klaus Frers .... music supervisor
Jean-Pierre Fénié .... extra song recordist (as Jean=Pierre Fenie)
Uwe Lerch .... music supervisor
Tobias Lorenz .... music supervisor
Jens Naumilkat .... musician: cello
Rainer Oleak .... music mixer
Rainer Oleak .... music recordist
Rainer Oleak .... musician: piano
Tuyét Pham .... musician: piano
Barbara Sadowski .... musician: violin
Transportation Department
Jean-Claude Bonnichon .... driver: camera car
Other crew
Till Bahlmann .... personal assistant: Mr. Goldberg
Josef Brandmaier .... finance and adivsory
Laurence Deray .... location manager
Natacha Drion .... production coordinator
Jan Fröhlich .... digital laboratory supervisor
Juliette Félix .... legal consultant: Gide Loyrette Nouel
Fatima Hélimi-Muller .... assistant location manager: New Zealand (as Fatima Helimi-Muller)
Charles Jodoin-Keaton .... script supervisor
Kristina Katzsch .... office manager
Emmanuel Mazodier .... location manager trainee
Christine Renaud .... production accountant: CRED
Charles-Edouard Renault .... legal consultant: Gide Loyrette Nouel
Undine Simmang .... coordinator: Kopp Film
Alban Topenot .... production assistant
Romain Tuilier .... location manager trainee
Michael Welzel .... digital laboratory supervisor
Mathilde Bonnefoy .... thanks
Albert Delpy .... thanks
Dody Dorn .... thanks
Mathieu Dugelay .... thanks
Marie Pillet .... thanks
Pitof .... thanks
Marc Streitenfeld .... thanks

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96 min
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Did You Know?

The book that the American tourist show to Jack is "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown.See more »
Continuity: When Marion tells Jack she doesn't use that thermometer in the mouth, Jack spits it out and it falls near the side wall, but Marion picks it up from the bed.See more »
Marion:You know why people are attracted to one other? Cos people with very different immune systems are attracted to one other so the offspring, the baby, will have a stronger immune system with the combination of the two immune systems.
[Jack pretends to snore]
Marion:Don't snore! It's important!
Jack:Oh!, No! Yeh! No! I was saying the same thing!
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108 out of 137 people found the following review useful.
Smart, funny and not for everyone, 1 October 2007
Author: jeanedouardpouliot from United States

From a study of the movie poster, you might be tempted to think this is another pointless romantic movie about two lovers in France. "Oui," they will fight, love, eat croissants and find meaning. How drearily cliché.

But, surprise of surprises, "Two Days in Paris" is a very funny, very soulful and very interesting look at a slice of the life of two quite interesting characters. On the surface, Marion (Julie Delpy) and Jack (Adam Goldberg) are two irritatingly pretentious neurotics. Both 35 and childless, they have been traveling Europe for 2 weeks, deciding to stop in Paris for a couple days to drop in on Marion's family and friends before flying home to New York. Marion is French, the child of left-wing French artists. Jack is a New Yorker, a political lefty whose shallow grasp of culture (he speaks only English, for instance) is purely American. She had aspirations to be a photographer, though (for reasons the film will make clear) her work is strictly third-class. He takes pictures of everything, but has no eye for form, color or composition.

What's fun about the film is the complexity of the relationships. To Jack's annoyance, Marion keeps bumping into her old boyfriends. And her father seems intent on humiliating or offending him and his American tastes. A dinner scene in which he is offered a rabbit's head is just hilarious. When offered carrots, he says, "So, we're going to eat the bunny's food, too?" For her part, Marion cannot understand why Jack finds her continued casual friendships with exes to be so extraordinary. And Jack, utterly clueless about the nuances (or even the surface content) of Marion's conversations, is getting paranoid that he is not being told everything. At one point, Marion is holding a violent argument with a racist cabdriver. Jack knows something is going on, but can't get past Marion's insistence that everything is fine.

I realize as I write this that I am doing no justice to the joyful sense of voyeurism that the film affords.The film is so smartly written and fast-paced that sometimes you forget you are watching a film and think you are watching dinner with Julie's real family or attending parties with her smug and artsy friends. The film is completely convincing and has a depth of heart I didn't expect. It deal with secrets and the frustration that comes from knowing another person. The language and culture barriers then act as metaphors for the inability of two people, even lovers, to inhabit another's life and experience.

"Two Days in Paris" is not for all. Marion and Jack are exemplars of the worst aspects of US and European artistic classes. Their treatment of a group of Americans on a "Da Vinci Code" tour tells you more than you want to know about the antagonisms between right and left. But their smug, knowing put downs of Bush and Cheney supporters are less political messages by the movie makers than markers of the characters' personalities. This movie about liberals does not necessarily espouse their world view. But, at heart, this is a love story, not a political drama. Secondly, since we are talking about shallow artists, there is an enormous amount of politico-sexual "art" on display in the film. While this may be offensive to the audience, its presence helps to define the characters themselves. It's not there to titillate the viewer, but to describe the actors.

Delpy, who wrote, directed, produced and acted in the movie, has made a master work that is complex, evocative, real and quite beautiful. She has captured aspects of the French national character that seem quite convincing. She has also aptly captured the emotions and dilemmas of 30-something adults who, under it all, are still looking for meaning, belonging and peace. Goldberg gave a powerful and hilarious performance. He's Ben Stiller with a soul.

If you can put up with the film's politics, you will be amply rewarded. Magnifique!

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