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2 Days in Paris (2007) Movie Information

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4643

Avg. Rating:

2.65/4

# of Ratings:

23

Genres:

Comedy, Drama

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

08/10/2007

Director:

Julie Delpy

Actors:

Julie Delpy
Adam Goldberg
Daniel Brühl
Marie Pillet
Albert Delpy
Adan Jodorowsky

 

 

 

 

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Marion (Julie Delpy) is a french photographer who brings her partner Jack (Adam Goldberg) to Paris. Soundtrack, character development and screenplay was really good. Humor was spot-on despite some dull parts where your waiting for something to happen. A humorous version of Richard Linklater films Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, the chemistry between the 2 leads were not evident. A film of culture differences, gender and relationship issues were touched in 2 Days in Paris with a smart script and descent direction by Delpy herself is worth a watch.

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01/11/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Good Work from Delpy

Right off the bat, I knew the two main characters (Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg) are headed for a breakdown. And it’s not because they are complete opposites but because I felt certain lack of respect between the two of them. That lack of respect isn’t always apparent but when it shows its head, I felt hurt for the character being insulted even if the character decides to just laugh off a certain snide remark. Even though this film is more comedic more than anything else, the most interesting aspect of it is how Delpy and Goldberg eventually realize that they’re not meant for each other despite how much they try to look the other way. Adding how an American feels out of place in the French culture is brilliant because it’s true–not just when it comes to Americans but any person experienc...

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