Before Sunrise's first scene is set on a _________ heading towards Vienna
Jesse and Céline meet. What is the first question Céline asks?
|"Did you know that most people will fall in love seven times before they marry?"|
|"Have you ever heard that as couples get older, they lose their ability to hear each other?"|
|"Did you know that the average man takes three dates to fall in love, and the average woman fourteen?"|
|"Have you heard that women prefer to talk to men face-to-face, while men like to talk to women side-by-side?"|
What language did Jesse spend four years leaning in high school, yet still can't competently deliver a phrase in?
Céline is coming to Vienna after visiting her grandmother in:
Jesse has spent the last few weeks looking out the windows of trains, but he's had ideas he normally wouldn't. For example, he has an idea about:
|a practical guide to moustache and beard grooming|
|a website that tells you which corporations to support and which ones to hate|
|a book about how different people from around the world have found spiritual enlightenment|
|a cable access TV show about the poetry of day to day life|
Céline says she is particularly afraid of what?
What is Jesse's first name?
While crossing a bridge, Jesse and Céline meet a couple of part-time actors putting up posters for a play they are in. One of them has the role of:
Céline's first sexual feelings were for Jean-Marc Fleury, who she met at summer camp and describes as:
|"like this gorgeous dolphin"|
|"like this dazzling flamingo"|
|"like this magnificent leopard"|
|"like this superb antelope"|
Jesse asks Céline what pisses her off. What is not one of the things she lists?
|how the media are trying to control our minds|
|how there are still people in the world who have to drink unclean water|
|being told by strange men in the street to smile|
|being in a foreign country and when she wears black or loses her temper or says anything about anything, being told "it's so French, it's so cute"|
What people are buried in the cemetery Céline and Jesse visit?
|people who washed up on the bank of the river|
|prostitutes and beggars|
Where do Jesse and Céline share their first kiss?
|at the Hotel Sacher|
|on the Prater ferris wheel|
|at the Schonbrunn Palace|
|on the steps of the Vienna State Opera|
Céline accidentally makes eye contact with a palm-reader, who comes over to read her palm. As she leaves, the palm-reader reminds them that they are all what?
|part of the human family|
Céline is disappointed to be missing an exhibition of the works of which painter?
While visiting a church, Jesse describes his experience of going to a _______ wedding.
Something has bugged Céline about Jesse - his reaction to when the palm-reader condescended to him. Céline says Jesse was like a:
Jesse and Céline meet a poet, who asks them for a word and he will write a poem with the word inside. What word do they give him?
Céline talks about her first session with a psychiatrist. Why was it also her last session with a psychiatrist?
|the psychiatrist asked her out on a date|
|the psychiatrist only wanted Céline to talk about her sexual feelings|
|the psychiatrist thought Céline was going to murder her ex-boyfriend and called the police|
|the session ended when Céline threw a big book at the psychiatrist|
Jesse came to Europe to be reunited with his girlfriend, who was studying where?
While walking along another street, Jesse and Céline see another street performer. This one is a:
Jesse and Céline play a game where they each pretend to call their friends back home. How does Jesse describe Céline to "Frank"?
|a Renoir nymph|
|a Venus Anadyomene|
|a Botticelli angel|
|a Titian goddess|
Dawn breaks, and Jesse and Céline realise they will be separating soon. They hear someone playing a _________ in their basement and dance to it.
Jesse and Céline decide they don't want to not see each other again. They decide to meet again in Vienna in:
Six months from now or six months from last night? Last night. What date was last night?
Céline and Jesse's last words to each other are:
|"See you soon" and "À la prochaine"|
|"Bye" and "bye"|
|"Au revoir" and "Later"|
|"Next time" and "Bon voyage"|