Transcript for Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy on Romance Trilogy's Final Chapter
In the first movie of the romantic trilogy "before sunrise" we met a couple falling IN LOVE IN THEIR 20s AND "BEFORE Sunset" showed them reunited in THEIR 30s. WE DIDN'T KNOW WHAT YÑW+eáy Now the new film "befg(á@ committed but complicated long-term relationship with all the growing pains that come along with that stars ethan hawke and julie delpy join us now. Welcome. Thank you. Wow, we're really in the eye of the storm here. Yes, exactly. A lot of energy here. Here we are 18 years later. The third in a series of movies that didn't necessarily start out to be a series, correct? I don't think either one of us had any idea we would be doing this 20 years later. Third, yeah. Lowest grossing film of all time to ever garnish -- your fans are so devoted. I am among them an remember this movie so much and when you got to see them meet again and then you were left hanging, is he or isn't he going to be with her, we find out in this third installment. Yeah. Tell me how your relationship has changed when we first meet you all again. Like the relationship with julie -- we all secretly want you to be í/çtogether. Sorry about your others. Yeah, we're not. Like you were so happy. You know, we're not. What do fans get to see between the two of you in this movie. You find them -- you just said it extremely well. You find them in a long-term relationship. First couple of movies are about romantic projection, a lot of it, what could be, what might have been, you know and this one is about what is. Connecting, reconnecting and this is about like being in -- what happens when you get what you want and do you still want it? How hard is it to keep it alive. Yeah. Get to the most beautiful places, first in vienna and paris and now you're in greece. You guys get a say in these locations. Yeah, that's pretty nice. I mean, you know, we felt like -- nobody asked us what we think or where -- where, yeah. The director picked greece. He fell in love with, you know, he went on location scouting there and he fell in love with the place and we didn't want an urban -- the two were in cities, you know, we wanted like a more, you know -- not as urban as the first two. This has made me feel better about how much I love these movies because it really does GET YOUbÑ0pg IN THE SPIRIT OF THINGS. In fact, I heard that fans of the movie, these die-hard fans just actually inspired real marriages. You know, it's a very strange -- over the years, i mean -- we're responsible for a few children. I mean, yeah. It's not every movie that can say that. Sure. And a lot of them probably not that respectable. You got divorced to meet the love of your life back again in greece and all have twins actually, twin daughters. Yeah. But you're dropping off your son back to his mom so shows the complication of real life and how relationships evolve and change and how you to make changes. You've had that in your life as well. Did you draw upon your own experiences. Of course, these movies are totally drawn from the fabric of our lives. Sometimes it feels like a parallel universe. You know, we wanted to open the movie -- everybody always talks about follow your heart and follow your bliss and but oftentimes those kind of choices come with consequences and that no matter what path you walk down. You don't get everything right. Right. And every path has its own complications and so we wanted to open the third movie with the complications of what it meant. The collateral damage. Beautiful trilogy. I'm hoping for a fourth. I can't wait to see this movie, "before midnight" opens next WEEK, MAY 24th. Thank you. Coming up, the one and only
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