Movie: Before Sunrise
Direction: Richard Linklater
Cast: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy
Music: Fred Frith
Cinematographer: Lee Daniel
Editor: Sandra Adair
Genre: Drama, Romance
Rating: ∗∗∗∗½

What is it about: Each one will have a story to narrate of one special night! In a moving train two like minded young souls meet up incidentally. There begins a realistic French-English love knot!

Tring Tring… Tring Tring… the way of proposing at 1995 face to face was reality. Photo was clicked with their eyes up and down before departing as memories to rewind was true! Love is not made but it’s a living bondage to share, debate, fight, express and to be loved in a life or in a day!

The couple decides to travel a day in an unknown place to make it a memorable sites ever after their love is seen and believed for a true happiness. The life they came across and their dreams were exchanged in a remarkable way. They walk through enjoying the beauty of Vienna exchanging their ideas of life, success, love, relationships and many more.

Director Richard Linklater decided to show how a love can be groomed to be met again. Expressive acting of Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke filled our minds with love. Remarkable screenplay with strong dialogues are the strength of this movie by Linklater and Kim Krizan. Music composition was making us to feel loved along with the characters by Fred Frith.

Verdict: It was all started for a day to spend together, to live for a day to depart later before sunrise. Wherein Love changed everything! Do they really depart on their own directions? It’s streaming on Netflix.

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