Players: Audrey Tautou, Philippe Beautier, Clotilde Mollet
Audrey Tautou's iconic film Amélie, full name Le fabuleux destin d'amélie Poulain, is one of the most important productions of the 2000s. 5 Oscar nominations, a total of 59 awards worth of production script, characters, cinematography and especially Yann Tiersen signed music, both eye and soul with a unique production that sounds like medicine. Amélie, a naive young woman, is a distinctive character who moves without noticing for the happiness of others. And Amélie falls in love one day. For the first time, he does something for himself...
Bonus: 5 movies that feel good 2020
Director: Woody Allen
Players: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Michael Sheen
64. Midnight in Paris, directed by Woody Allen, the opening film of the Cannes Film Festival, stars Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams. The film, which will allow you to explore the most beautiful state of Paris both day and night, is absolutely extraordinary with its star cast and Fantastic Fiction! The film, about an engaged couple's trip to Paris, surprisingly moves forward as the man, a writer, miraculously moves every night to 1920s Paris and the art environment of those years.
Director: Richard Linklater
Players: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, Vernon Dobtcheff
Shot 9 years after before Sunrise (1995), one of the best romantic films in the history of cinema, before Sunset is about Jesse and Celine coincidentally meeting in Paris exactly 9 years later. The couple, who met many years ago on the train from Budapest to Vienna and were together for only 1 day, this time gets the opportunity to weigh their lives and feelings for each other in their middle age.
Director: Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin, Sylvain Chomet ...
Players: Fanny Ardant, Leïla Bekhti , Juliette Binoche, Natalie Portman...
20 different stories from 20 directors Paris, je t'aime A special production in praise of Paris and love. The film, whose production lasted exactly 4 years, will make you feel good with its star cast, amazing details and, of course, the view of Paris.
Director: Julie Delpy
Players: Adam Goldberg, Julie Delpy, Daniel Brühl.
Two days in Paris tells how the two days Marion and Jack, who have been together for two years, spent in Paris with Marion's family changed their lives. The film, in the genre of romantic comedy, makes fun of the French culture of life from place to place, and the streets of Paris fascinate the audience.
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