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New York, I Love You

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Some of the world's most-respected directors align forces to pay tribute to the city of the New York in this unconventional omnibus sister film to 2006's Paris, Je T'Aime. Broken into short segments, New York, I Love You is comprised of ten films, most choosing to take a down-to-earth approach to the stories of the countless lives lived in the city on a given day. The segments are as follows, chronologically: Segment 1 -- Directed by Jiang Wen; written by Hu Hong and Meng Yao; starring Hayden Christensen, Andy ...
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Overview

Some of the world's most-respected directors align forces to pay tribute to the city of the New York in this unconventional omnibus sister film to 2006's Paris, Je T'Aime. Broken into short segments, New York, I Love You is comprised of ten films, most choosing to take a down-to-earth approach to the stories of the countless lives lived in the city on a given day. The segments are as follows, chronologically: Segment 1 -- Directed by Jiang Wen; written by Hu Hong and Meng Yao; starring Hayden Christensen, Andy Garcia, and Rachel Bilson. Segment 2 -- Directed by Mira Nair; written by Suketu Mehta; starring Natalie Portman and Irfan Khan. Segment 3 -- Written and directed by Shunji Iwai; adaptation by Israel Horovitz. Starring Orlando Bloom and Christina Ricci. Segment 4 -- Directed by Yvan Attal; written by Olivier Lécot and Yvan Attal; starring Robin Wright Penn, Ethan Hawke, Maggie Q, and Chris Cooper. Segment 5 -- Directed by Brett Ratner; written by Jeff Nathanson; starring Anton Yelchin, James Caan, Olivia Thirlby, and Blake Lively Segment 6 -- Directed by Allen Hughes; written by Xan Cassavetes and Stephen Winter; starring Drea de Matteo and Bradley Cooper. Segment 7 -- Directed by Shekhar Kapur; written by Anthony Minghella; starring Julie Christie, John Hurt, and Shia LaBeouf. Segment 8 -- Written and directed by Natalie Portman; starring Taylor Geare, Carlos Acosta, and Jacinda Barrett. Segment 9 -- Written and directed by Fatih Akin; starring Burt Young, Ugur Yucel, and Shu Qi. Segment 10 -- Written and directed by Joshua Marston; starring Eli Wallach and Cloris Leachman. Transitions in between segments -- Directed by Randall Balsmeyer; written by Israel Horovitz, James Strouse, and Hall Powell; starring Emilie Ohana, Eva Amurri, and Justin Bartha.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Bonus Segments; 5 Director Interviews; Theatrical Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/2/2010
  • UPC: 883476012056
  • Original Release: 2008
  • Rating:

  • Source: Vivendi Ent
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:43:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 9,614

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hayden Christensen Ben (Jiang Wen segment)
Andy Garcia Garry (Jiang Wen segment)
Rachel Bilson Molly (Jiang Wen segment)
Natalie Portman Rifka (Mira Nair segment)
Irfan Khan Mansukhbhai (Mira Nair segment)
Orlando Bloom David (Shunji Iwai segment)
Christina Ricci Camille (Shunji Iwai segment)
Maggie Q Call Girl (Yvan Attal segment)
Ethan Hawke Writer (Yvan Attal segment)
Chris Cooper Alex (Yvan Attal segment)
Robin Wright Anna (Yvan Attal segment)
Anton Yelchin Boy (Brett Ratner segment)
James Caan Mr. Riccoli (Brett Ratner segment)
Olivia Thirlby Actress (Brett Ratner segment)
Blake Lively Ex-Girlfriend (Brett Ratner segment)
Drea de Matteo Lydia (Allen Hughes segment)
Bradley Cooper Gus (Allen Hughes segment)
Julie Christie Isabelle (Shekhar Kapur segment)
John Hurt Bellhop (Shekhar Kapur segment)
Shia LaBeouf Jacob (Shekhar Kapur segment)
Taylor Geare Teya (Natalie Portman segment)
Carlos Acosta Dante (Natalie Portman segment)
Jacinda Barrett Maggie (Natalie Portman segment)
Ugur Yucel Painter (Fatih Akin segment)
Shu Qi Chinese Herbalist (Fatih Akin segment)
Burt Young Landlord (Fatih Akin segment)
Eli Wallach Abe (Joshua Marston segment)
Cloris Leachman Mitzie (Joshua Marston segment)
Emilie Ohana Zoe, the Video Artist (Randy Balsmeyer transitions)
Eva Amurri Sarah (Randy Balsmeyer transitions)
Justin Bartha Hall Powell (Randy Balsmeyer transitions)
Qi Shu
Technical Credits
Fatih Akin Director, Screenwriter
Yvan Attal Director, Screenwriter
Randall Balsmeyer Director
Allen Hughes Director
Shunji Iwai Director, Editor, Producer, Screenwriter
Shekhar Kapur Director
Joshua Marston Director, Screenwriter
Mira Nair Director
Natalie Portman Director, Screenwriter
Brett Ratner Director
Jiang Wen Director
Andrei Zvyagintsev Director, Screenwriter
Damien Achilles Stunts
Pierre Asseo Associate Producer
Jennifer Auge Editor
Steffen Aumueller Executive Producer
Tonino Baliardo Score Composer
Kerry Barden Casting
Michael Benaroya Executive Producer
Emmanuel Benbihy Producer
Parker Bennett Co-producer
Mark Lee Ping Bing Cinematographer
Susanne Bohnet Executive Producer
Jean-Louis Bompoint Cinematographer
Nicholas Britell Score Composer
Mike Burke Stunts
Paul Cantelon Score Composer, Songwriter, Screenwriter
Xan Cassavetes Screenwriter
Claus Clausen Executive Producer
Chris Colombo Stunts
Laurent Constanty Associate Producer
Tricia Cooke Editor
Jacob Craycroft Editor
Mychael Danna Score Composer
Katya DeBear Art Director
Benoit Debie Cinematographer
Pawel Edelman Cinematographer
Ilhan Ersahin Score Composer
Victoria Farrell Costumes/Costume Designer
Thomas Fatone Asst. Director
Rose Ganguzza Executive Producer
Ed Gerrard Associate Producer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Affonso Goncalves Editor
Warren T. Goz Associate Producer
Marina Grasic Producer
Mark Helfrich Editor
Pamela Hirsch Executive Producer
Hu Hong Screenwriter
Israel Horovitz Screenwriter
Allyson C. Johnson Editor
Taylor Kephart Executive Producer
Jan Körbelin Executive Producer
Brian Langman Sound Editor
Olivier Lécot Screenwriter
Jack Livesey Score Composer
Melody London Editor
Marianne Maddalena Executive Producer
Teresa Mastropierro Production Designer
Michael McDonough Cinematographer
Stewart McMichael Associate Producer
Suketu Mehta Screenwriter
Anthony Minghella Screenwriter
Shoji Mitsui Score Composer
Cindy Mollo Editor
Mark Mothersbaugh Score Composer
Peter Nashel Score Composer
Jeff Nathanson Screenwriter
Andrij Parekh Cinematographer
Hall Powell Screenwriter
Declan Quinn Cinematographer
Celine Rattray Executive Producer
Leopold Ross Score Composer
Atticus Ross Score Composer
Mauricio Rubinstein Cinematographer
Claudia Sarne Score Composer
Paul Schnee Casting
Bradford W. Smith Executive Producer
Glenn Stewart Executive Producer
James C. Strouse Screenwriter
Stephen Winter Screenwriter
Meng Yao Screenwriter
Marcelo Zarvos Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- New York, I Love You
1. Thief [8:59]
2. Diamonds [6:34]
3. Camille [8:09]
4. Alchemy [7:10]
5. Prom [7:30]
6. Lydia's Choice [8:44]
7. Love Of Violets [13:04]
8. Manny [6:44]
9. The Painter [4:56]
10. Strangers [2:28]
11. Complete [9:22]
12. End Credits [9:25]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- New York, I Love You
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Bonus Segments
         These Vagabond Shoes Written and Directed by Scarlett Johansson
         Apocrypha Written and Directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev
      Director Interviews
         Play All
         Brett Ratner
         Yvan Attal
         Josh Marston
         Mira Nair
         Shunji Iwai
      Original Theatrical Trailer
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