"Isn't everything we do in life a way to be loved a little more?"
In a world full for unrealistic expectations given by the movie, before sunrise stands out because of its groundedness and realness.
The movie revolves around an American traveller, Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and a French student, Celine (Julie Delpy) meeting on a train going back to Paris. After finding out surprisingly they have a genuine connection after having a wholesome conversation, Jesse convinces Celine to take a leap of faith and get off the train with him in Vienna and spend a night with him.
Before sunrise portrays the young, carefree, without the baggage of responsibilities phase of two people who fall in love hopelessly with each other as the night passes.
The best part of this movie is the conversations weaved in between those walks they have around the city which is the sole part of any relationship. The kind of conversations which makes you think and dig more.
"If there's any kind of magic in the world, it would be in the attempt of understanding someone, sharing something".
If you are a hopeless romantic, who wants to experience the old school kind of love story, then this movie is for you :)