Not Only Titanic: 7 Foreign Movies With Beautiful Scenes & Soulful Conversations

Conversation is an art that’s dying very fast. In this age of digital revolution, people hardly have time to engage in meaningful conversation. Here we provide you a list of movies which have the most meaningful conversations ever that can change literally your life. Take a look!

1. Midnight in Paris (2011)

Midnight in Paris‘Midnight in Paris’ is about a young man’s great love for a city, Paris, and the illusion people have that a life different from theirs would be much better. Never before history, fantasy, time-travel, and romance have come together in the way they do in this film. But the best aspect of the film are its conversations: effortless and charming.

2. Before Sunrise (1995)

Before SunriseThe idea of romance usually presented in movies is not just unreal but also very cliched. What Richard Linklater did with ‘Before Sunrise’ is path-breaking: With Before Sunrise, Linklater proved that idle conversation between a man and a woman is more of a turn-on than sex..

3. Annie Hall (1977)

Annie Hall‘Annie Hall’ narrates the story of a New York comedian’s love life and his unique takes on various critical issues including sexuality, feminism, modernism, psychoanalysis, and Jewish American Identity.

4. Before Sunset (2004)

Before SunsetIf you are trying to find out one film that is a masterpiece just because of its conversations look no further than ‘Before Sunset’. ‘Before Sunset’ is such a masterful work that it, ultimately, becomes a mirror, by looking into which, you can judge your own relationships: Where you went wrong? Who was actually “the one” for you? What opportunities you missed? What could have been? It’s one of the rarest of rare films where your own experience in life will enrich and nourish your experience with the film.

5. Certified Copy (2010)

Certified CopyIn life, we are slaves to our desires and circumstances, in effect, mostly trying to be someone else. We create a perception of reality around us that may or may not exist. But does that mean we cease to be original? Or are we just certified copy of the person we want to be. This whole idea of us not being our true selves is beautifully captured through conversations in the film.

6. In The Mood For Love (2000)

In The Mood For LoveThere is no greater conversation than silence. The silence between two people yet they understand everything. This movie will sweep you away with silence.

7. Lost In Translation (2003)

Lost In TranslationLost In Translation is a deeply personal portrait of love, relationships and isolation set in the backdrop of Tokyo’s incredible scenery. It is a love story with no sweeping romance, it is a comedy without over laughs, it is a drama of small stakes. I would call Lost In Translation none of these, but rather an exploration of what love means in the modern world.

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