Aspiring actress serves lattes to movie stars in between auditions and jazz musician Sebastian scrapes by playing cocktail-party gigs in dingy bars. But as success mounts, they are faced with decisions that fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart.Written by
Chazelle says that the dance movement in the opening sequence was influenced by the opening of Jaques Demy's, The Young Girls of Rochefort and the athleticism of the opening dance number was inspired by Michael Kidd's choreography in the classic MGM musical, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. See more »
The opening scenes include Christmas decorations in the coffee shop, Mia's apartment, and the jazz club, and "Jingle Bells" on the soundtrack, but Mia's phone shows the date as January 25. See more »
Please stop sneaking into my home.
You think mom or dad would call this a home?
What are you doing? Please don't do that. Please don't sit on that.
Are you kidding?
[ushering her off the stool]
Please don't sit on that. Don't sit on that. Don't sit on that. Hoagy Carmichael sat on that!
Oh, my god.
The Baked Potato just threw it away.
I can't imagine why.
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There is a title card at the very beginning that says "Presented in CinemaScope." See more »
The vibrant colors and use of musical scores to set the mood for scenes transported myself back in time. This movie feels not only like a beautifully nostalgic nod to Hollywood of yesteryear, but also that of a timeless love story. Gosling and Stone have a charm to their chemistry on screen during the musical and dance numbers. All these aspects lead to a raw portrayal of love that many experience in life, with still providing a sense of hope and wonder to the viewers. I was entranced from the opening scene until the final note played by Goslings piano. I absolutely recommend this film to any and everyone!
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