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New York, I Love You (2008)

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Eleven love stories set in one of the most loved and hated cities of the world, New York City.

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Hu Hong (segment), Yao Meng (segment) (as Meng Yao) | 16 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hayden Christensen ... Ben (segment "Jiang Wen")
Andy Garcia ... Garry (segment "Jiang Wen")
Rachel Bilson ... Molly (segment "Jiang Wen")
Natalie Portman ... Rifka (segment "Mira Nair")
Irrfan Khan ... Mansukhbhai (segment "Mira Nair")
Orlando Bloom ... David (segment "Shunji Iwai")
Christina Ricci ... Camille (segment "Shunji Iwai")
Maggie Q ... Call Girl (segment "Yvan Attal")
Ethan Hawke ... Writer (segment "Yvan Attal")
Chris Cooper ... Alex (segment "Yvan Attal")
Robin Wright ... Anna (segment "Yvan Attal") (as Robin Wright Penn)
Anton Yelchin ... Boy (segment "Brett Ratner")
James Caan ... Mr. Riccoli (segment "Brett Ratner")
Olivia Thirlby ... Actress (segment "Brett Ratner")
Blake Lively ... Ex-Girlfriend (segment "Brett Ratner")
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Eleven vignettes, all homages to New York City life, are presented. I. Ben (Hayden Christensen), a pickpocket, is attracted to Molly (Rachel Bilson) at first sight, and gets into an interesting "pissing match" with Molly's married lover, New York University professor Garry (Andy Garcia). II. Mansuhkhbai (Irrfan Khan), an orthodox Jain diamond wholesaler, and Rifka (Natalie Portman), an orthodox Jewish diamond retailer who is getting married tomorrow, learn that they have more in common than just diamonds. III. David (Orlando Bloom), a musician and music editor for a video being directed by Abarra, is having problems meeting Abarra's demands while he slowly falls for Abarra's assistant, Camille (Christina Ricci), who he's never met, but has only talked to on the telephone solely about work. IV. A young man believes he's made a powerful connection to a stranger, a young woman, in the simple act of lighting her cigarette, and proceeds to convince her of the same and as such that there is... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for language and sexual content | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?

Trivia

Natalie Portman (who directed and appeared in segments of this movie) also starred in one of the segments of this anthology's predecessor, Paris, je t'aime (2006). However, her segment was cut before the theatrical release. See more »

Goofs

Natalie Portman's character, while discussing the rules of kosher, states she cannot eat "nothing that's not blessed by a rabbi." This is a common error - the production of kosher food is overseen by a rabbi, but the final products are not blessed. See more »

Quotes

Anna: Have you ever made love to a perfect stranger?
Alex: Now you're teasing me.
Anna: I believe I am.
Alex: Well, I mean... No, not exactly a perfect stranger, if you mean someone I wouldn't know at all.
Anna: It's sad.
Alex: It's sad? Why?
Anna: Because there's almost nothing more exciting than fucking somebody you don't know. Right? You don't know their name, barely saw their face.
Alex: Don't... Don't tell me your name.
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Alternate Versions

When the title was shown at Toronto Film Festival it included two additional segments These Vagabond Shoes and Apocrypha, these were removed for the wide release but are included in the DVD extras. See more »

Connections

Follows Paris, je t'aime (2006) See more »

Soundtracks

Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity
(1916)
(From "The Planets, Op. 32")
Written by Gustav Holst
Arrangement by Shunji Iwai
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Not quite as good as Paris Je 'Taime.
8 February 2011 | by come2whereimfromSee all my reviews

The great thing about 'Paris, je t'aime' was the diversity of the shorts that went to making up the film; first you'd have a drama then a comedy then a thriller, each director had their own unique style and if there was one you didn't like it didn't matter as it was soon on to the next one, unfortunately this doesn't happen in 'New York, I Love You' the same concept applied to another major city. Here the shorts are loosely tied together by reoccurring characters from the stories which may have been done on purpose for the flow but it does make the distinction between them hard. Considering that New York is such a diverse city it is surprising that it isn't explored more here and a lot of the shorts fall into the same kind of categories. My only real criticism with the film is for something that's called 'New York, I Love You' it's all just so depressing each tale has an element of real sadness to it, which is not necessarily a bad thing, it gives the film depth but just don't go excepting to leave uplifted. My favourite was the piece written by the late Anthony Minghella which was not only moving but proved something I never thought I'd see Shia LaBeouf actually acting. So overall it's a mixed bag worth seeing but nowhere near as good as its Paris counterpart.


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Release Date:

16 October 2009 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$14,700,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$380,605, 18 October 2009

Gross USA:

$1,588,015

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$14,603,177
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Dolby Digital

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1.85 : 1
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