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I mean one of the most exciting things that's ever happened to me is to really meet somebody, make that connection, and if I could..that valuable, you know, to capture that, that would be the attempt or... Jesse: (Sighs.) See, to me, that...that's not important, you know? Jesse: (With great hesitation.) Alright, since I'm in France and this is the last stop on my book tour, "yes". Do you think they get back together in six months, like they promise each other? Therefore, the walk consists actually of 3 discrete segments: 1) through Quartlier Latin in the 5th arrondissement, the neighborhood immediately surrounding the bookstore; 2) through Le Marais in the 4th arrondissement; and 3) very briefly in the 11th arrondissement immediately outside the café. (Motions toward his head.) Location notes: Jesse and Céline turn right down rue Saint Julien le Pauvre as they walk past an accordionist. It's funny because I read an article on your book, and, uh, it sounded vaguely familiar?
(Light laughter from everybody in the room.) Male reporter: Mr. Look for additional “Location notes” in this section to guide you through each specific segment of the walk. Céline: So, I saw your picture on the calendar about a month ago.
Jesse: No, no, no, they‘re sick of me, I spent the night here last night.
And, uh, so I thought that if I could write a book that..could capture what it's like to really meet somebody. Were there ever a French young woman on the train you met, and...spent an evening with? (To the bookstore owner.) How much longer before I have to go to the airport? (Motioning with a program in his left hand.) at the very latest! (Jesse walks to the back of the bookstore toward Céline. Thank you.) (Philippe searches for a card in his jacket pocket.) Scene II – Walk From Bookstore to Le Pure Café Location notes: this walk, as seen on film, cannot be duplicated exactly because Linklater cuts the camera not once, but twice between locations that are non-adjacent to each other. Jesse: I know, I know, I think a cat slept on my head last night. But I didn't put it all together until I saw your photo, so... “An Ocean Apart” by Julie Delpy Now, we are together Sitting outside in the sunshine. I always felt horrible about not being there, but I couldn't! But soon we’ll be apart And soon it’ll be night at noon. You know, my grandma died a few days before, and she was buried that day, December 16th, that day! Because each segment is quite far from one another, you should allow at least 1 hour to complete the journey from the bookstore to the café, in sequence. (Céline waits outside the bookstore for Jesse, standing next to a statue. (They pause awkwardly for a few moments.) Céline: So you want to go to a cafe? I mean, how did you even know I was going to be here?
Opening Titles As Julie Delpy’s song “An Ocean Apart” plays, we see a reverse-order montage of all the scenes in Paris, France where the story will take place. (Stops to face him again, and nudges him on the elbow.) Wait. I would have been there if I could have, I made plans, and...