In the 18 short films of Paris, Je T’Aime there are three kinds of love. There is the love of the city. There is the love of love itself. And, above all, there is the love of film. It’s an earnest, almost naive kind of love, that is usually only found in student films. And, just like a good student film, every short is unrestrained, simple, and very, very quirky.
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A self-proclaimed love letter to the City of Light, Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris is set to be released later this week to a great deal of positive buzz. In honor of the film’s release, we have compiled a list of the 9 best movies set in Paris.
Starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Charlotte Gainsbourg, Michel Gondry’s The Science of Sleep is charming and surreal, and features the most innate awkwardness of first love you are likely to witness. Read Andrew’s review of this film!
A Prophet (FR: Un Prophète) is a French crime thriller which was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film by the Academy Awards. Despite running over two hours and a half, this movie is a compelling character study of a young man who progressively get an education in the confines of a prison