Before Midnight, Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Celine, Ethan Hawke, film, Greece, Jesse, Julie Delpy, love, man, marriage, Paris, Richard Linklater, romance, time, time travel, trains, trilogy, Vienna, woman
Before Sunrise (1995)
Think of it like this: jump ahead, ten, twenty years, okay, and you’re married. Only your marriage doesn’t have that same energy that it used to have, y’know. You start to blame your husband. You start to think about all those guys you’ve met in your life and what might have happened if you’d picked up with one of them, right? Well, I’m one of those guys. That’s me y’know, so think of this as time travel, from then, to now, to find out what you’re missing out on. See, what this really could be is a gigantic favor to both you and your future husband to find out that you’re not missing out on anything. I’m just as big a loser as he is, totally unmotivated, totally boring, and, uh, you made the right choice, and you’re really happy.
I kind of see this all love as this, escape for two people who don’t know how to be alone.
I always liked the idea of all those unknown people lost in the world.
The moment Jesse mouthed “yes” at 1:06
Before Sunset (2004)
But we’re not real anyway, right? We’re just, uh, characters in that old lady’s dream. She’s on her deathbed, fantasizing about her youth. So of course we had to meet again.
Before Midnight (2013)
I fucked up my whole life because of the way you sing.
When they watch the sun as it sets
But if you want true love, then this is it. This is real life. It’s not perfect, but it’s real.