Cast: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, Kathy Bates, Adrien Brody
Plot: Whilst on holiday in Paris with his fiancee. writer Gil Pender takes to walking the streets at night and finds his fantasy of mingling with the cultural elite of 1920s Paris coming true at the stoke of midnight. He begins living a double life in the past and present.
Review: It took Woody Allen an awful long time to leave his New York nest, but there’s no denying that his career hasn’t found new wind after crossing the Atlantic. He seems to be taking something of a tour of the major European cities and finding the unique heart and soul of each city in each new film. Woody Allen is – at long last – interesting again.
His decades of experience behind the camera are on display from the opening frame. The first…
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