„What I love about Celine, what I felt really proud about that script, is that she's really a fully dimensional woman. It's very rare in movies that you don't see a male projection of a fantasy woman. I mean, Julie deserves 90% of the credit, 100% of the credit, but I feel proud of the collaboration that created that character. Her work in that movie is my favorite thing about it.“

The Guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2005/oct/08/features.fiction (2005-10-08)
On Before Sunset (2004)
2005–2009

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História
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Ethan Hawke
Ator, escritor e cineasta norte-americano 1970

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