Five years after their year together in Barcelona, the exuberant flatmates from 2002’s L’auberge espagnole reunite for a Russian wedding. With their student days behind them, they are close to 30 and facing career and relationship issues, yet remain young at heart.
This stylish, charming followup to the huge 2002 hit L’auberge espagnole is a rare sequel that builds on the emotions and time passed in-between. In other words, an uncommonly adult approach to the “next step” in life, with a wonderful cast including Romain Duris and Audrey Tautou.
"What's all this shit about love? How do we get so nuts? The time we waste! When you're alone, you cry, "Will I find her?" When you're not- "Does she love me as much as I love her?" "Can we love more than one person in a lifetime?" Why do we split up? All these fucking questions! You can't say we're uninformed. We read love stories, fairy tales, novels. We watch movies. Love, love, love...! "
don't know why a man i used to know had a high opinion about this one. i think the story itself is pointless. just a guy in his late 20s trying to figure out who he want to fuck for the rest of his life. i am more than sure he won't ever find it. sorry, i don't like stories like these. give me inspiration
A film where the (autobiographic) protagonist shows himself like a hero can never be good, not to mention he thinks he can be "cool" by demostrating all women got in love with him.., just a movie star rejected him, sure.., nice to imagine but I'm not sure it was worth to filming.
He prefers to be cool, rather than writing.. no surprise the screept is about a guy who can't write ;)
Há muitos anos me encantei por Albergue Espanhol, não imaginava que o roteiro de sua continuação teria tantos clichês. Apesar de algumas reflexões interessantes sobre amor, tristeza e felicidade, o filme deixa a desejar e desenvolve o papel que, em larga escala, reitera os problemas da masculinidade e da heterossexualidade compulsória.
A bit better than "L'auberge espagnole" in terms of cinematography and music, but not much else. The character development wasn't as contrasted as in the first one, and the premise as a whole was ill-conceived. The characters as a whole, however, are still likeable.