2 Days in Paris

2 Days in Paris

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Director: Julie Delpy, Adam Goldberg, Daniel Brühl, Marie Pillet

Cast: Julie Delpy, Adam Goldberg, Daniel Brühl, Marie Pillet

     
 
Ingenue Julie Delpy does triple duty as writer, director, and star of this romantic comedy. French photographer Marion (Delpy) and American interior designer Jack (Adam Goldberg) are returning from a vacation in Venice. Despite the fact that it was supposed to be the ultimate romantic getaway, disagreements and misunderstandings seemed

Overview

Ingenue Julie Delpy does triple duty as writer, director, and star of this romantic comedy. French photographer Marion (Delpy) and American interior designer Jack (Adam Goldberg) are returning from a vacation in Venice. Despite the fact that it was supposed to be the ultimate romantic getaway, disagreements and misunderstandings seemed to drive them farther apart rather than bringing them closer together. Before they return to the United States, Marion and Jack have a quick two-day stop in Paris to visit Marion's parents and pick up the cat that they had been pet-setting for their daughter. Unfortunately for Jack, Paris proves to be quite a culture shock. Not only are Marion's parents a pair of eccentric former "revolutionaries" who make no qualms about having knock-down-drag-out arguments regardless of who's present, but they also appear to have a particular distaste for Americans. Add to this the fact that Marion's friends hold nothing back when it comes to discussing their sexual lives, seem fixated on food rituals, and that Marion seems to run into former lovers on every street corner, and Jack quickly begins to suspect that he doesn't know his girlfriend half as well as he thought he did when they were living the simple life back in New York.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/05/2008
UPC:
0024543486688
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
R
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:44:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; An interview with Julie Delpy; Extended scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Julie Delpy Marion
Adam Goldberg Jack
Daniel Brühl Lukas
Marie Pillet Anna
Albert Delpy Jeannot
Alexia Landeau Rose
Adan Jodorowsky Mathieu
Alex Nahon Manu
Ludovic Berthillot Taxi Driver
Chick Ortega Actor
Veronica Moreno Actor

Technical Credits
Julie Delpy Director,Score Composer,Editor,Producer,Screenwriter
Lubomir Bakchev Cinematographer
Suzanne Benoit Makeup
Fabienne Bichet Casting
Etienne Boussac Editor
Nicolas Cantin Sound/Sound Designer
Klaus Frers Musical Direction/Supervision
Joerg Hoehne Sound/Sound Designer
Ulf Israel Co-producer
Uwe Lerch Musical Direction/Supervision
Nikolaus Lohmann Executive Producer
Tobias Lorenz Musical Direction/Supervision
Barbara Marc Art Director,Set Decoration/Design
Christophe Mazodier Producer
Sebastian Morsch Sound/Sound Designer
Charles Paviot Executive Producer
Thierry Potok Producer
Stephane Rollot Costumes/Costume Designer
Tilo Seiffert Executive Producer
Dylan Talleux Asst. Director
Hubert Toint Associate Producer
Jeffrey M. Werner Editor
Werner Wirsing Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Two Days in Paris
1. US (Main Titles) [5:08]
2. A Bit Special [4:57]
3. Very Parisian [2:22]
4. Immune Systems [5:18]
5. Fat Lump [2:22]
6. Bunny Food [7:13]
7. Everything Is Connected [3:52]
8. Out of the Moment [3:28]
9. No Big Deal [3:58]
10. Sex, Sex, Sex [5:18]
11. Paving the Way [5:25]
12. No Trespassing [5:33]
13. Welcome to France [2:50]
14. Two-Way Street [2:35]
15. Soaking Wet [3:19]
16. To Market, To Market [3:36]
17. Salami for Life [3:12]
18. Impulse Control [4:46]
19. In Hell [5:11]
20. The People You Love [4:35]
21. It's You [1:50]
22. Comedy of Errors [5:01]
23. The One and Only [5:13]
24. End Titles [3:21]

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2 Days in Paris 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
...and I hardly think a 38 year-old woman of Julie Delpy's experience and sophistication could be called an ingenue as the term refers to an INNOCENT and UNSOPHISTICATED woman. Ignorance of the reviewer aside, I did enjoy this flawed but acerbically romantic comedy.