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LOS ANGELES—“She looked down on me,” Ethan Hawke quipped when he recalled the first time he and Julie Delpy worked together in Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunrise” in 1995.
Ethan recalled that the France-born Julie has already worked with some of Europe’s finest actors and directors, while he described himself as “kind of the adolescent American.” “We are a unique couple to put together in the first place, because we both started acting when we were children,” Ethan said of their first collaboration, which resulted in two more films, “Before Sunset” and, now, “Before Midnight.” “Julie did the (Jean-Luc) Godard film when she was 13,” the 42-year-old Texas native smiled as he cited their vastly different backgrounds. She also worked with Volker Scholondorff and (Piotr) Kozlowski.
It’s a hard relationship, for sure, but I see a lot of love in that movie.” Hawke continues: “At the end of that movie, I think he has more hope than Celine does…I think he’s clearly invested in that relationship and he’s clearly invested in loving that woman.
Her problems are stronger and I think more developmental…I relate to it and I don’t see it without a lot of hope.” Castl/REX/Shutterstock In the years since “Before Midnight,” Hawke has gone on to appear in big budget movies such as “The Magnificent Seven” and “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” plus indie features like “Maggie’s Plan,” “Born to Be Blue,” and “In the Valley of Violence.” He earned an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Linklater’s “Boyhood.” Despite all the eclectic roles he’s taken on, he still holds the “Before” trilogy closest to his heart.
I got to see her upset about how hard it is to go through this environment in Hollywood as a woman.” Has his friendship with Julie and the insights he gained helped him in his relationships?
She wanted to be a filmmaker, and now she is.” Asked what he has learned about women from his costar, Ethan grinned and answered, “Julie would tell you, ‘Not enough.’ If Julie were here right now, we would be getting lots of laughs.It’s really not the process—it’s much more mysterious than that.” The dialogue in the three films sounds so spontaneous that some moviegoers think that a lot is improvised.“Everything in the three films is 100-percent scripted,” Ethan stressed.“I’ve never done less improv in a movie than I have in them. “In the second film, that’s a darker moment in his life.