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Films that capture the essence of the City of Lights! These contain the most impressive images of what it is to be alive and well or lost and in peril, as the case may be, in Paris. Remember, while Paris is sleeping, Respect is Burning.
"Il voit rien," she's just out for a late night stroll along the Seine.
Lovely day in Paris, depending on who you ask. Special Feature on the DVD retraces Cléo, la belle putain's steps during this fateful day.
Stamp-trade at the market.
Messin' around with the 12 Monkeys of Orly.
Step inside and listen to Charles Aznavour tickle the ivories while you "sing-a-long" with Boby Lapointe.
If only you could flag down a New York Herald Tribune salesperson these days. That's what you get from globalisation or going "International."
Paris. Summer. 1960. What you see is what you get.
Epitome of what may best be explained as 60's French mod style. Look for the race throught the Louvre, challenged by the enfants terribles of Bertolucci's The Dreamers.
What some might say was the turning point.
Real Housewives of Paris.
Paris before and after Antoine.
As close as one can get to the Hotel Chevalier. A room with a view, inside and out, at the real Hôtel Raphaël in the 16ème arrondissement.
At the allegorical Café des Poètes.
The title says it all.
Namely My Night at Maud's, Love in the Afternoon, Suzanne's Career, and The Bakery Girl of Monceau.
Namely Rupture, Happy Anniversary, and The Suitor.
Namely Blue and White.
Night on the Champs-Élysées.
On the run through these City streets.
(have yet to screen/no comment)
(need to screen upon Criterion release/no comment)