Saturday, 22 March 2014

Before Sunrise (1995)

A beautiful, sublime film. Love compressed, by necessity, into a few hours. Hesitant, then more confident, the shared moments, disagreements, laughs and then goodbye. The end was particularly poignant. The places visited by the young couple, once filled with people, magic and love; now empty, ordinary and soulless. Don't tell the wife but I fell a little in love with Julie Delpy.

Original letterboxd review

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