Before Sunrise DVD

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When a young American (Ethan Hawke) traveling through Europe by train meets a beautiful French student (Julie Delpy) he convinces her to spend the day with him in Vienna so the two can get to know each other better. They spend their day exploring the city and before they know it they find themselves falling in love. Richard Linklater's romantic daydream is a warm and witty comedy that uses the beautiful streets of Vienna as a perfect backdrop for the characters' youthful budding ro

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Released
07 February 2005
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Warner Home Video 
Classification
Runtime
100 minutes 
Features
PAL, Widescreen 
Barcode
7321900825313 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. When a young American (Ethan Hawke) traveling through Europe by train meets a beautiful French student (Julie Delpy), he convinces her to spend the day with him in Vienna so the two can get to know each other better. They spend their day exploring the city and before they know it, they find themselves falling in love. Richard Linklater's romantic daydream is a warm and witty comedy that uses the beautiful streets of Vienna as a perfect backdrop for the characters' youthful, budding romance.

An American student (Ethan Hawkes) strikes up a conversation on a train with a young Parisian woman (Julie Delpy), whilst Eurorailing in Austria. On the spur of the moment he invites her to spend the day with him in Vienna, and a casual acquaintance turns into something more profound. American indie director Richard Linklater pays homage to French auteur Eric Rohmer as he lets his characters talk their way into, around and out of each others' affections.

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