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New York, I Love You

Rated R for language and sexual content.

R 110min.
 
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Some of the world's most-respected directors align forces to pay tribute to the city of the New York in this unconventional omnibus sister film to 2006's Paris, Je T'Aime. Read More
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Ben (Jiang Wen segment)
Garry (Jiang Wen segment)
Molly (Jiang Wen segment)
Rifka (Mira Nair segment)
Mansukhbhai (Mira Nair segment)
David (Shunji Iwai segment)
Camille (Shunji Iwai segment)
Call Girl (Yvan Attal segment)
Writer (Yvan Attal segment)
Alex (Yvan Attal segment)
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August 19, 2011
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not as good as its predecessor \"paris je t'aime\" but worth watching if you have respect for what it takes to make a film (and not only of its style).
April 30, 2011
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LOVE THIS MOVIE! Parts were a bit slow, but it was awesome how it was about many different people/couples and how they were all connected in some way by the end of the movie. It was beautiful and I highly recommend it
October 24, 2009
Aptag
Wonderful, wonderful movie. I felt immersed in all the various parts of NY through the cleverly told and smooth cinematographic techniques used to present the dozen or so NY tales. Sad and joyful, awe inspiring and comical, the vignettes intertwine the lives of ordinary city dwellers into a moving tour of private and public aspects of NY. They serve to paint a composite view of NY life as
October 18, 2009
BusyBack
One of the better movies of the year. Subtle, varied, sophisticated; just like New York. I think that's the point. Great cast.
October 17, 2009
ELAL108
My husband and I, former New Yorkers, really liked the movie. The varied stories were thought provoking, and the acting very good. Filming was beautiful. Different and very enjoyable.

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