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My Blueberry Nights (2008)

My Blueberry Nights

Overview


Genre

Romance, Drama

Release Date

April 04, 2008 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

111 min.

Production Budget

$10 millions

Studio

MGM

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Wong Kar Wai

Producer

Wong Kar Wai, Jean-Louis Piel, Jacky Pang Yee Wah, Wang Wei, Stephane Kooshmanian

Screenwriter

Wong Kar Wai, Lawrence Block

Starring

Story


A beautiful young woman on the treacherous road to love.

"My Blueberry Nights" is the new film from one of the world's most sought-after directors, Wong Kar Wai. It's a magnificent love story starring multi-Grammy award winner Norah Jones in her movie debut along with a "A-list" cast of Academy Award winners and nominees including Jude Law, David Strathairn, Rachel Weisz and Natalie Portman.

Norah Jones plays a sensual, alluring young woman who sets out on an unforgettable journey of discovery in pursuit of true love. In heartbreakingly beautiful locations and classic Route 66 atmospheric diners, Wong Kar Wai's captivating heroine encounters a series of enigmatic characters that help her on her quest.

Set against New York's magical cityscape and the stunning vistas of America's legendary Route 66, the celebrated director's first English language picture embraces his signature elegance and originality that made "Happy Together," "In the Mood for Love" and "2046" must-see movies all around the world.

Wong Kar Wai's unique talent and dreamy romantic themes, combined with mythical Americans locations and an awesomely gifted and stylish cast, guarantee that "My Blueberry Nights" will delight and enchant moviegoers everywhere.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..strikingly beautiful..”
by Ken Fox [TV Guide]
“..enthralling..”
by John Anderson [Newsday]
“..an incomparably beautiful film..”
by Eugene Novikov [Film Blather]