Paris, je t’aime

Paris, je taime

Paris, je t’aime

  The plan sounds crazy: Take 21 internationally experienced and renowned directors, each of them five minutes of time there and with the hand that you have to play in Paris at short – and wait calmly the result. Something like that could be the genesis of Paris, je t’aime rewrite, and only those assumptions to make it clear that this film should be in the current cinematic landscape quite a rarity. Sure, it goes all the stories mainly about the issue number one – meaning the love in all its forms – which runs like

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Last Tango in Paris

Last Tango in Paris

Last Tango in Paris

  There are films that mark the life of a whole generation and the perception of an entire epoch. Last Tango in Paris can be counted among this genus with certainty. Published 1972, the acting director Bernardo Bertolucci severe trouble with the authorities in his home country Italy, which put the movie on the index, from which he disappeared again until 1987. Bertolucci was sentenced to four months in prison and lost his civic rights for five years.

In Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial film Marlon Brando

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2 Days in Paris

2 Days in Paris

2 Days in Paris

  This woman is beautiful, charming and eloquent – it could be the product of a poetic idea, a fantasy come true, lyrically, musically, but above all: très parisienne. Her name is Marion, and she is Chronologistin a closer love relationship that is treading despite or perhaps because of the first of a new stage for more recent dates. 2 days in Paris / Deux Jours à Paris reflects the outcome of this supposed relationship with chronology, with a seductive claim does not lose its vigor and both Marion and Julie Delpy

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Paris, Paris – Monsieur Pigoil on the way to happiness

Paris, Paris - Monsieur Pigoil on the way to happiness
               Genre: Drama
  With the children of Monsieur Mathieu / Les Choristes, Christophe Barratier landed the surprise hit of 2004, and has even been acknowledged with an Oscar nomination for best foreign language film. Now Barratier with Paris, Paris returns – Monsieur Pigoil on the way to happiness / Faubourg 36 and return the bulk of his former occupation of success in the cinemas.

In front of the politically highly explosive – but rather little-known – Background of the big union strikes France of the 30s

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Little Paris

Little Paris
               Genre: Drama
  How different can it be movies. And how different they can be described. In the case of Little Paris, we received two reviewers to assess the film very different. And because it’s the one truth does not exist – certainly not when deprived of film criticism – we want none of the reviewers. The decision whether good or bad, success or failure is in any case one that takes place not in the arts pages, but at the box office and through personal experience.

Verunglückter film jump

If

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Trailer – From Paris With Love

Trailer - From Paris With Love

From Paris With Love

               Genre: Thriller, Action
From Paris With Love – Trailer (English)
    Richard Stevens is a low-ranking agent at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, little more than a messenger boy, who deals with the unglamorous side of intelligence activities. Suddenly, Stevens gets a new partner, who also brings a new contract with him: Charlie Wax (John Travolta with a bald head!) Is

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If one of us dies, I go to Paris

If one of us dies, I go to Paris

If one of us dies, I go to Paris

  Arnold Böcklins Picture The Island of the Dead is without doubt one of the most moving works of art that deal with death or longing. And so it is more than logical that this picture is at the beginning of the film by Jan Schmidt. For the voluntary death of his own mother, eleven years ago and the search for the causes are the focus of a profoundly moving film that is also a melancholy requiem, an affectionate tribute, and an angry indictment.

Based on the diaries of his mother and with the

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If one of us dies, I go to Paris

If one of us dies, I go to Paris

If one of us dies, I go to Paris

  Arnold Böcklins Picture The Island of the Dead is without doubt one of the most moving works of art that deal with death or longing. And so it is more than logical that this picture is at the beginning of the film by Jan Schmidt. For the voluntary death of his own mother, eleven years ago and the search for the causes are the focus of a profoundly moving film that is also a melancholy requiem, an affectionate tribute, and an angry indictment.

Based on the diaries of his mother and with the

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Paris is so

Paris is so

This is Paris

  Is there a city in Europe, which was brought into the picture in the cinema as often as Paris? Hardly. And yet the fascination of the capital of love remains unbroken and ever tempted again to cinematic experiments like this one for example, with sometimes more, sometimes less successful film Paris, je t’aime is observed. Cédric Klapisch, the art-house visitors, especially through his student film-WG-Barcelona for one year / L’Auberge Espagnole L’Auberge Espagnole and its successor – Wiedersehen in St. Petersburg /

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