Drama • R • 2004 • 1 hr 20 min
One of my all time favorite movies, and a top 5 ending to a movie. A story of love, regret, and ambition.
Just as good as the first. One conversation that goes on from beginning to end. Lovely.
Atmospheric and profound though not a lot happens
So raw and open. Heart-wrenching and lovely insights by both of them in their dialogues.
Dialog and chemistry that is so romantic and pure that you'll cry yourself to sleep with jealousy
A worthy follow up to an all time great film
A mature and realistic extrapolation of “Before Sunrise” that as a 30-something wrings my heart even more than the original.
I am absolutely obsessed with the ease and comfort they feel when they talk to each other, i really love this trilogy you must watch
A really great and worthy sequel to "before sunrise". Linklater did an incredible job again, as did Hawke and delpy.
this one has a more realistic tone to it. still good to watch but kind of loose the essence of the first 2 movies.
A young man and woman meet on a train in Europe, and wind up spending one evening together in Vienna. Unfortunately, both know that this will probably be their only night together.
Nine years later, Jesse travels across Europe giving readings from a book he wrote about the night he spent in Vienna with Celine. After his reading in Paris, Celine finds him, and they spend part of the day together before Jesse has to again leave for a flight. They are both in relationships now, and Jesse has a son, but as their strong feelings for each other start to return, both confess a longing for more.
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 at 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.