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Paris, je t'aime
     

Paris, je t'aime

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Director: Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin, Gurinder Chadha, Sylvain Chomet

Cast: Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin, Gurinder Chadha, Sylvain Chomet

 

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Twenty acclaimed filmmakers from around the world look at love in the City of Lights in this omnibus feature. Paris, Je T'Aime features 18 short stories, each set in a different part of Paris and each featuring a different cast and director (two segments were produced by two filmmakers in collaboration). In "Faubourg Saint-Denis," Tom

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Paris, je t'aime 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
katknit More than 1 year ago
Paris, Je T'aime is a series of seemingly unrelated vignettes, each about 5 minutes long. As the film progresses, connections begin to build. This is a movie about Paris and the way this enigmatic, iconic city effects those who live there or visit, and each of the short segments has a charm of its own. Happy or sad, tragic or hopeful, these characters, whom we have barely enough time to know, make their humanity manifest in all the most important ways. The scenic elements are fantastic, setting mood, and each vignette is a little bit of sweetness or sorrow. Lovely, thought provoking piece of cinema.
itstherealjg More than 1 year ago
Be warned that the BluRay version of "Paris Je T'aime" is technically flawed. The standard DVD includes standard English subtitles. But the BluRay version does not -- only English SDH for hearing impaired, so you also see sound descriptions such as "Cat meows", "Door slams", etc. To make matters worse the subtitle font is large and obtrusive. It is an annoying viewing experience. The BluRay video quality is stunning and beautiful.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's a clever idea, but many of these short films were downright painful to watch. There are a few gems, but overall I'd take a pass on this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My friends told me we had to go see this collection of films. They said "Let's go see "Paris, je t'aime!" (I had no idea what they were talking about, and I'm usually on top of new wide, limited, and independent releases). I said on the way in, "It better be good!"------- I was hooked within minutes. Each film has its own style, its own story, and its own director, which makes for a wonderful 2 hours of entertainment. A few familiar faces show up such as actors Natalie Portman, Elijah Wood, Willem Dafoe, and Directors Wes Craven, Alfonso Cuaron, and the Coen Brothers- creating a wonderful blend of genres and styles. I can't recommend this collection more.
Guest More than 1 year ago
you won't fall in love with every single short film but you will fall in love with a few, and that is enough to merit an outstanding rating. after all, those few that do stick with you will stick with you for good. each film presents a unique style and vision, all on the subject of love, be it the first-timer, the rekindler, the eccentric, or whatever. I believe there is a piece in this collection for everyone and the film as a whole is diverse but all the while cohesive in its theme: love. in the end, it's a feel-good film that surely needs to be praised and shared with others, because you can never have too much love in this world!
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