Films that inspire travel
• Movies that inspire travel
The summer is already in full swing, which means - it's time to go on a journey. Well, or at least watch inspirational movies about travelers. We picked five films, after which you definitely want to collect your bags and move off to an exotic edge.
"The Darjeeling Limited"
Directed by Wes Anderson is known for its funny, kind, and very touching film with beautiful scenery and at least enchant cast. "The Darjeeling Limited" - is no exception. Here and philosophical story, and a great sense of humor and colorful landscapes of India. And at the same time - Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman in the roles of silly, but fun brothers, trying to restore the old family relations. A great movie to watch with the family.
"Vicky Cristina Barcelona"
This film by Woody Allen will not only make you forever love Spain, but also become an excellent food for thought on the theme of love and relationships. By the way, even Penelope Cruz won the "Oscar" for his role as the temperamental artist and ex-wife of the hero Javier Bardem. As a "family" of the film is not advised, but to see with friends and a glass of wine - what you need after a difficult working day.
"Lost in Translation"
One of the most beautiful dramas that love for all ages, and that loneliness can overtake you, even in the most crowded metropolis. "Lost in Translation" - the first "serious" film came out from under the shadow of a famous father of Sofia Coppola. And the same time - the film, due to which Scarlett Johansson finally captivated the world. But the main highlight of the film - the beauty of the Japanese capital, which wants to go straight after the credits.
"Midnight in Paris"
Shooting Woody Allen's new film, more and more like a luxury vacation - the director relentlessly sends Stars in Barcelona, in London, if not in some exotic countries. But best of all he was able to capture the spirit of the most romantic city in the world - Paris. And all because of what we see not only a modern city, but also the magic of Paris early last century, in which musicians and artists to play tricks, drinking champagne and enjoying life in full. Well, the cast here is really incredible: Rachel McAdams, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hiddleston, Lea Seydoux, and many others.
Cozy film-parable, which is both laugh to tears, and makes us think about very serious things. The protagonist - a young guy named Nick (James Marsden), who dreams of becoming an artist. Nick's father says these hobbies waste of time and insists that her son did in the College of Law. To understand what he really wants, Nick will most unusual journey in his life. After watching a desire to immediately get in the car and drive aimlessly. Also desirable that the company krasavchikov like Gary Oldman and James Marsden.