Our next people on vacation are Jesse and Celine, in the first day and night they ever spent together. This is still my favorite of Richard Linklater's Before trilogy (maybe it'll continue going every nine years forever), and that's probably because it's the sweetest and most romantic. The most idealized, you could also say, but I guess it's like that for every couple when they first meet, especially in their mid-twenties, as Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy were here. But sigh, it's so romantic. The two of them meet on a train while on vacation in Europe, and impulsively decide to get off the train in Vienna and spend the day walking around and talking about everything they can. The interesting thing about this trilogy is that it deepens as you watch Jesse and Celine reunite when they're ten years older, and then another ten years older, but this first one still works absolutely perfectly on its own as the fairy tale romance every person who harbors the slightest hope to fall in love at first sight might hold deep within themselves. This is the most you'll ever love these two, even as you see them grow older and wiser.