Be­fore Midnight

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - MOVIES -

Se­quel to Be­fore Sun­rise (1995) and Be­fore Sun­set (2004) again teams Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy as Jesse and Ce­line. Al­most two decades af­ter their first meet­ing as trav­ellers on a train and nines years af­ter the last, the cou­ple are mar­ried and the par­ents of twins, hol­i­day­ing in Greece when they set off again to walk and talk. They say: Fea­tures a triple treat in the form of sweep­ing scenery and con­ver­sa­tional script­ing, with Hawke and Delpy tak­ing cred­its for the lat­ter along­side di­rec­tor and Richard Lin­klater. Wesay: Date film for think­ing cou­ples won’t be missed by fans of the first two films. Run­ning time: 108 min­utes. Plays The Arts Cen­tre Gold Coast, Nerang, Kingscliff.

Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy They say: Di­rec­tor Refn, who lets si­lence speak for the char­ac­ters al­most as of­ten as their ban­ter, di­vides crit­ics. Some love him. Oth­ers say he sets a plod­ding pace. Wesay: Ryan Gosling may get bod­ies in cinemas, but whether they stay un­til the end re­mains to be seen. Run­ning time 90 min­utes. Plays Pa­cific Fair, Nerang, Kingscliff.

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