Paris, je t'aime (2006)

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Through the neighborhoods of Paris, love is veiled, revealed, imitated, sucked dry, reinvented and awakened.

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Directors:

Olivier Assayas , Frédéric Auburtin , Emmanuel Benbihy , Gurinder Chadha , Sylvain Chomet , Ethan Coen , Joel Coen , Isabel Coixet , Wes Craven , Alfonso Cuarón , Gérard Depardieu , Christopher Doyle , Richard LaGravenese , Vincenzo Natali , Alexander Payne , Bruno Podalydès , Walter Salles , Oliver Schmitz , Nobuhiro Suwa , Daniela Thomas , Tom Tykwer , Gus Van Sant

Writers:

Tristan Carné (original idea), Emmanuel Benbihy (transitions), Bruno Podalydès (segment), Paul Mayeda Berges (segment), Gurinder Chadha (segment), Gus Van Sant (segment), Joel Coen (segment), Ethan Coen (segment), Walter Salles (segment), Daniela Thomas (segment), Christopher Doyle (segment), Rain Li (in collaboration with), Gabrielle Keng (in collaboration with), Isabel Coixet (segment), Nobuhiro Suwa (segment), Sylvain Chomet (segment), Alfonso Cuarón (segment), Olivier Assayas (segment), Oliver Schmitz (segment), Richard LaGravenese (segment), Vincenzo Natali (segment), Wes Craven (segment), Tom Tykwer (segment), Gena Rowlands (segment), Alexander Payne (segment), Nadine Eïd (segment), Frédéric Auburtin (transitions), Jean-Pierre Ronssin (transitions), Jane Hawksley (transitions), Vincent Poymiro (transitions), Paul Mayeda Berges (screenplay), Nadine Eïd (screenplay)

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2 October 2006 | jinka3
8
| More hits than misses
Wasn't sure what to expect from this movie considering its amazing collection of stars and directors but in the end it didn't disappoint.

For me one of the highlights was the final episode with the American tourist speaking with a dreadful French accent (which made me feel better about mine) which was actually quite touching and a great way to wrap up the movie.

The story of the paramedic and the stabbing victim was also very moving and for pure comedy the Coen Brothers and Steve Buscemi take the award. The Tom Tykwer clip was also impressive although rather ambitious in its scope.

However, the Bob Hoskins segment was totally cringeworthy and the vampire story was completely farcical. The dialogue in Wes Craven's section also felt very forced and the Chinatown story was completely incomprehensible.

On the whole this film is worth watching for the good bits and has a strong finish. It's not too painful to sit through the bad sections - they only last 5 minutes anyway.

Ca vaut la peine!!!

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Details

Release Date:

15 June 2007

Language

French, English, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic


Country of Origin

France, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany, USA

Filming Locations

Quartier Latin, Paris 5, Paris, France

Box Office

Budget:

$13,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$39,242 (USA) (6 May 2007)

Gross:

$4,857,376 (USA) (5 August 2007)

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