It has been nine years since we last met Jesse and Celine, the French-American couple who once met on a train in Vienna. They now live in Paris with twin daughters, but have spent a summer in Greece on the invitation of an author colleague of Jesse's. When the vacation is over and Jesse must send his teenage son off to the States, he begins to question his life decisions, and his relationship with Celine is at risk. Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
In the final scene of Before Sunset (2004), Celine and Jesse discuss their admiration for Nina Simone and Celine dances to "Just in Time." In this film, one of their daughters is named Nina. The name of the other daughter, Ella, is likely a reference to Ella Fitzgerald. See more »
Celine's hair changes after they leave the 1000 year old chapel. Before entering her hair is more compact and after it is more messy. See more »
You like to have sex, the exact same way, evvvvvvery time.
When you got it, you got it.
Kissy kissy, titty titty, pussy
I'm a man of simple pleasures.
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We were exited about a new drama with such high ratings.. But ended up watching only fifteen minutes, and those minutes felt like torture. The ridiculously long conversation scene in the car very efficiently killed our interest and made it impossible to keep watching. We tried to jump forward bit by bit but in every scene - more talking! blah blah blah blah! A never ending stream of complete nonsense. I guess the conversations are meant to seem natural, but if i ever had people around me who talked that much, i swear i would go mad in a minute. Don't waste your time with this movie, unless you have a very high tolerance to people ranting about nothing.
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