So This Is Paris (1926)

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The first movie to ever depict a choreographed dance scene in a silent movie. The Charleston!


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  • George Beranger, Monte Blue, Patsy Ruth Miller, and Lilyan Tashman in So This Is Paris (1926)
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29 August 2002 | Kalaman
Another Lubitsch silent masterpiece
"So This is Paris" is nothing short of perfection, an absolute joy from start to finish. I saw it for the first time very recently and I was overawed by it. Without a doubt, it ranks as one of the great Lubitsch's finest silent films, up there with "Die Puppe", "The Oyster Princess", "Rosita", "The Marriage Circle", "Lady Winderemere's Fan" "The Student Prince In Old Heidelberg" and "Eternal Love". All the familiar Lubitsch touches and themes are here: gaiety, enchantment, naughtiness, cynicism, extramarital affairs, manage a trois, etc. The standout moment is the Charleston sequence at a Parisian ball, where people are dancing and jumping. Lubitsch uses multiple camera angles and superimposition to create a feeling of joy and excitement.

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