Before Sunrise Trailer

Before Sunrise Trailer (1995)

"Can the greatest romance of your life last only one night?" 27 January 1995 Drama, Romance 105 mins

A dialogue marathon of a film, this fairytale love story of an American boy and French girl. During a day and a night together in Vienna their two hearts collide.

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Cast

Ethan Hawke

as Jesse

Julie Delpy

as Céline

Andrea Eckert

as Wife on Train

Hanno Pöschl

as Husband on Train

Karl Bruckschwaiger

as Guy on Bridge

Tex Rubinowitz

as Guy on Bridge

Erni Mangold

as Palm Reader

Dominik Castell

as Street Poet

Harold Waiglein

as Guitar Player in Club

Bilge Jeschim

as Belly Dancer

Kurti

as Percussionist

Hans Weingartner

as Cafe Patron

Liese Lyon

as Cafe Patron

Peter Ily Huemer

as Cafe Patron

Otto Reiter

as Cafe Patron

Crew

Lee Daniel

Lee Daniel Director of Photography

Fred Frith

Original Music Composer

Florian Reichmann

Florian Reichmann Production Design

Florentina Welley

Florentina Welley Costume Design

International Titles

Antes do Amanhecer Trailer

爱在黎明破晓时 Trailer

情留半天 Trailer

日出之前 Trailer

Before Sunrise - Zwischenstopp in Wien Trailer

Eine Nacht - Eine Liebe Trailer

Antes del amanecer Trailer

Przed wschodem slonca Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 29 March 1995

United Kingdom 10 March 1995

Greece 30 March 1995

United States 27 January 1995

Production Companies

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