It's always a happy day when there's Julie Delpy news, so to send you glowing into the weekend, here are two teaser trailers for Two Days In New York.
Following 2007's Two Days In Paris, we now find Delpy's Marion living in the Big Apple, juggling a career and the child she had with Adam Goldberg's Jack (who's now off the scene, sadly).
The first of the clips sees her discussing her rather detailed relationship woes with new paramour Mingus (Chris Rock), and the second doesn't feature Delpy, but does feature her father Albert, reprising his role as the irascible Jeannot, grilling a struggling Rock about his politics and career.
The film premiered at Sundance last month to a warm reception, and gets a full release in France on March 28.
Savour it, because Delpy has intimated that it may be her last acting role, and that she'll concentrate on writing and directing from now on. There's still the possibility of a third Before Sunrise though.
Ethan Hawke revealed to Allocine in November that "All three of us [Hawke, Delpy and director Richard Linklater] have been having similar feelings that we're ready to revisit those characters. There's nine years between the first two movies and now it's nine years again, so we really started thinking that would be a good thing to do."
Delpy later confirmed to EW that "We're thinking about it," but qualified that with a cautious "I don't think we would do it if we couldn't find the right thing to say. If the third one's not good, it's not good for the two before. We're careful."