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2 Days in New York 2 Days in New York

Julie Delpy / France / 2011 / 91 min / English, French

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Marion has settled in New York, where she lives cozily with Mingus and their two children from earlier relationships. When Marion’s dad, sister and her sister’s boyfriend arrive in New York for the opening of Marion’s exhibition, both Parisians and New Yorkers are in for a cultural shock. Written and directed by Delpy, this is the reverse angle of her 2007 comedy 2 Days in Paris. Starring not only Delpy and Chris Rock, but also Vincent Gallo as… Vincent Gallo. English and French spoken.

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