Before Sunrise (1995)

So this is an old film that has transcended through time.

It’s apart of a trilogy spanning nearly twenty years about two people taking a chance on each other. There’s no denying it has its moments of suspension of belief, but it really comes down to personal experience. But to backtrack a little, this film was seen after @electrichieu said one of my photos reminded him of a scene from BEFORE MIDNIGHT.

I wasn’t sure how to approach it, but it’s necessary to know this is a film about talking. Constant talking. But it holds a lot more than just character development, and as a standalone film reflects one of two things: you can be optimistic about chances or a pessimist, which tied directly into the ending too.

And without the sequels truly reflects your inner thoughts of how you perceive life.


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