Midnight in Paris (2011)

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Midnight in Paris
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TitleMidnight in Paris
Year2011
CountrySpain, USA
GenreFantasy (Movies)
Run Time1h 34 min
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In 2010, Gil Pender, a successful but disillusioned Hollywood screenwriter, and his fiancée Inez, are in Paris vacationing with Inez’s wealthy, Republican parents. Gil is struggling to finish his debut novel, focusing on a man who works in a nostalgia shop. Inez dismisses his ambition as a delusional dreamer, and encourages him to stick with lucrative screenwriting. Gil is considering moving to Paris (which he notes, much to the chagrin of his fiancée, is at its most beautiful in the rain). Inez is intent on living in Malibu. By chance, they are joined by Inez’s friend Paul, who is described as both pedantic and a pseudo-intellectual, and his wife Carol. Paul speaks with great authority but questionable accuracy on the highlights of Paris up to the point of even contradicting a tour guide at the Musée Rodin, and insisting that his knowledge of Rodin’s relationships is more accurate than that of the guide. Inez adores him; Gil finds him annoying.

A night of wine tasting gets Gil drunk and he decides to walk the streets of Paris to get back to the hotel; Inez goes off with Paul and Carol by taxi. He stops to get his bearings. At midnight, a 1920s car pulls up beside him, and the passengers, dressed in 1920s wardrobe, urge him to join them. They hit a party for Jean Cocteau attended by notable people of 1920s Paris: Cole Porter and his wife Linda Lee Porter, Zelda, and Scott Fitzgerald.

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Cast:

Tom Hiddleston Tom Hiddleston
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Alison Pill Alison Pill
Zelda Fitzgerald
Corey Stoll Corey Stoll
Ernest Hemingway
Adrien Brody Adrien Brody
Salvador Dalí
Kathy Bates Kathy Bates
Gertrude Stein
Carla Bruni Carla Bruni
Museum Guide
Léa Seydoux Léa Seydoux
Gabrielle

In 2010, Gil Pender, a successful but disillusioned Hollywood screenwriter, and his fiancée Inez, are in Paris vacationing with Inez’s wealthy, Republican parents. Gil is struggling to finish his debut novel, focusing on a man who works in a nostalgia shop. Inez dismisses his ambition as a delusional dreamer, and encourages him to stick with lucrative screenwriting. Gil is considering moving to Paris (which he notes, much to the chagrin of his fiancée, is at its most beautiful in the rain). Inez is intent on living in Malibu. By chance, they are joined by Inez’s friend Paul, who is described as both pedantic and a pseudo-intellectual, and his wife Carol. Paul speaks with great authority but questionable accuracy on the highlights of Paris up to the point of even contradicting a tour guide at the Musée Rodin, and insisting that his knowledge of Rodin’s relationships is more accurate than that of the guide. Inez adores him; Gil finds him annoying.

A night of wine tasting gets Gil drunk and he decides to walk the streets of Paris to get back to the hotel; Inez goes off with Paul and Carol by taxi. He stops to get his bearings. At midnight, a 1920s car pulls up beside him, and the passengers, dressed in 1920s wardrobe, urge him to join them. They hit a party for Jean Cocteau attended by notable people of 1920s Paris: Cole Porter and his wife Linda Lee Porter, Zelda, and Scott Fitzgerald.

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