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"The Eiffel Tower at night seen from the Champ de Mars"

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There are hundreds of movies about Paris, so you may think that the subject has been overdone. But as the end of the year approaches an interesting and unusual take on the city has been presented in cinematic form. You will have heard of it – “Midnight in Paris” is the darling of the reviews and has been heralded by the press and the public as a masterpiece.

The beginning of the film is not unusual. The main character, Gil, catches a flight to Paris with his fiancée, Inez, and her parents.

The disenchanted writer spends the start of his holiday listening to Inez’s old friend Paul, who is constantly contradicting people, and generally being a pain.

Paris loses its appeal, until….suddenly his holiday is improved when at stroke of midnight he is transported back into the 1920s, where he meets a plethora of celebrities starting with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein.

Woody Allen treats these celebrity characters with the respect they deserve and the film is one of the best of its kind. The story line may seem nonsensical, but with the light . . . → Read More About Hollywood’s Love Affair with Paris: More Midnight in Paris

Everyone Says I Love You in Rue Cortot

"Rue Cortot in Montmartre in the movie Everyone says I love you by Woody Allen"

Rue Cortot in Montmartre could be briefly seen in “Everyone Says I Love You”, the first film Woody Allen shot in Paris. An establishing shot was made implying his character’s second flat was located here. The interior shots, however, were taken in another apartment, higher up . . . → Read More About Hollywood’s Love Affair with Paris: Everyone Says I Love You in Rue Cortot

Watching Midnight in Paris Over and Over Again

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Nowadays, the film industry seem to put visual beauty and imagery lower in their priorities, preferring faster paced jostling action themes.

This is a bit of a pity because for some the cinema mainly provides a  visual experience. Sometimes, we all just want to sit back and watch something serene and beautiful.

It is no wonder that most people nowadays would rather watch their selected movies at home.

Take for example Woody Allen’s latest movie, Midnight in Paris, which is now many people’s favourite. A film that people, who’ve been to Paris and fell in love with the city, would want to watch over and over. (Much like the film Amelie.)

“Midnight in Paris” is quite a surprise success, even for Woody Allen. This film is quite unique in that it combines a number of different factors not commonly seen in one package. There is a blend of something very Hollywood about its style and something thoroughly artistic that could appeal even to Parisians. There is no denying the film’s beauty.

While the plot in itself is somewhat intriguing, it is the feel of this film . . . → Read More About Hollywood’s Love Affair with Paris: Watching Midnight in Paris Over and Over Again

Midnight in Paris

If you love Paris, you should see this movie. From Midnight in Paris’ opening medley of postcard views to its romantic finale on the Pont Alexandre III, there is much to admire about the scenery, and you will be walking out of the cinema saying to yourself: Yes, Paris really is a very beautiful city.

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“Walk The Walk”

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