Although he doesn’t appear in the film, Adam Goldberg‘s 2 Days In Paris character is talked about in a brief flashback. Premiering at Sundance 2012 (our review here), we’ve got two teasers for Julie Delpy‘s sequel 2 Days In New York and one shows off how she moves on to her new husband, Chris Rock. The two work together and the first clip shows Delpy confiding in Rock about her problems with Goldberg.
We then have another clip that gets into the heart of the film, a snippet of a dinner conversation with Delpy’s family visiting from France. The relationships explored in the latter clip is the strongest element of the film, as Delpy continues to explore language barrier comedy. Check them both out thanks to Allocine (via The Playlist).
2 Days In New York will see a release this year from Magnolia Pictures.
What do you think about the clips? Did you like 2 Days In Paris?
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