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Actress Julie Delpy has revealed that she was committed to making her new film, "Before Midnight," as authentic as possible, including realistic sex scenes. She admitted that showing her body that much was a big deal for her as she's never done it before, despite being a French actress. Delpy portrays Celine in "Before Midnight," one half of a married couple vacationing with their two children in Greece-her other half being Jesse, played by Ethan Hawke.
This Friday, nine years after the charming sequel, Before Sunsetthe trio reunites with Before Midnightan exquisitely composed installment to the conversational series. As in the previous two films, there is plenty of witty banter and philosophical debate, this time delivered while the pair wind themselves through picturesque streets in Greece. After a long day of press earlier this week, Delpy sunk into a couch at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills and told us about filming Before Midnightwhy she would have beaten Lena Dunham to the punch if she were her age, and what she really thought of Ethan Hawke the first time they met.
Ethan Green Hawke born November 6,  is an American actor, writer, and director. He has been nominated for four Academy Awards and a Tony Award. Hawke has directed three feature films, three Off-Broadway plays, and a documentary.
Sign in. Celine : You can never replace anyone because everyone is made up of such beautiful specific details. Jesse : You know, I think that book that I wrote, in a way, was like building something.
Every so often you have to pinch yourself in this industry, and standing there, watching Ethan Hawke sing Waterloo Sunset live on a film set, was one such moment. The only downside was, as one of our favourite songs of all time, we had to listen to it about fifty times over. This indelible moment came on the set of Juliet, Naked — the latest cinematic adaptation from the work of Nick Hornby, directed by Jesse Peretz — the founding member of successful band The Lemonheads.
Anne Thompson. Hawke and Rosen wrote the script together. One sunny afternoon at Sundance, Hawke and I sat down and dug into his multiple creative interests.
A devastating fight is the centerpiece now, the teasing flirtations a distant memory. Though the gauzy beauty of the earlier films remains, as does a sun-drenched European setting, this time Greece, what you will remember, what you will feel compelled to talk about long after, is the fight. Young, beautiful, bright, both having a serious go at adulthood but carefree enough to seize the moment and steal off for a few hours to fall in love.