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Before I went to see Before Midnight, I watched Before Sunrise and commented that it was startling, even as someone who’s seen it many times, to see how young they really were. And someone pointed out something remarkable to me: For those of us who were roughly the same age as Jesse and Celine, it’s not that we don’t remember how young they were; it’s that we never registered how young they were to begin with, because we didn’t register how young we were. (via ‘Before Midnight’: Jesse And Celine Are Older Now, And So Are We : Monkey See)

Photo: Sony Pictures Classics

I feel like I have aged incredibly since I watched the first film, even though that happened just 11 months ago. I watched the second last night. And now—

npr:

Before I went to see Before Midnight, I watched Before Sunrise and commented that it was startling, even as someone who’s seen it many times, to see how young they really were. And someone pointed out something remarkable to me: For those of us who were roughly the same age as Jesse and Celine, it’s not that we don’t remember how young they were; it’s that we never registered how young they were to begin with, because we didn’t register how young we were. (via ‘Before Midnight’: Jesse And Celine Are Older Now, And So Are We : Monkey See)

Photo: Sony Pictures Classics

I feel like I have aged incredibly since I watched the first film, even though that happened just 11 months ago. I watched the second last night. And now—

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    I’ve not seen the new one yet. But now I’m almost afraid to - they are very much my generation!
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