|Woody Allen director||previously directed You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger|
A frustrated writer questions his abilities and openly longs for the golden age of a 1920s Paris, France as inspiration. During a late night taxi ride dreams seem to turn real as he finds himself transported back in those times interacting with all of his artistic idols.
|Owen Wilson||Gil Pender|
|Mimi Kennedy||Helen, Inez's mother|
|Kathy Bates||Gertrude Stein|
|Michael Sheen||Paul Bates|
|Carla Bruni||Museum Guide|
|Tom Hiddleston||F. Scott Fitzgerald|
|Alison Pill||Zelda Fitzgerald|
|Gad Elmaleh||Detective Tisserant|
|Adrien Brody||Salvador Dalí|
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Written and directed by Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris follows Gil, a budding and struggling novelist, whose trip to Paris turns fanciful when he begins makings trips at midnight to his dream of 1920s Paris. Upon release the film received great response from critics and audiences alike even earning several award nominations including an Oscar win for original screenplay.
Midnight in Paris Trailer
Here is the trailer for Woody Allen's latest romantic comedy, Midnight in Paris. Is every Woody Allen movie now just an excuse for him to hang out in Europe for weeks at a time?
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