Hugo, by Martin Scorsese
Martin Scorsese knows more than anyone how important Paris is to cinema. He infuses the film with his love of Paris and his audience slowly falls in love with the city…
An American in Paris by Vincente Minnelli
Paris as the promised land, a world of artists and lovers…
It is one of the greatest, most elegant, and most celebrated of 50’s musicals, inspired by George Gershwin’s music.
Bande à Part by Jean-Luc Godard
“They read in France Soir that an American tourist had run through the Louvre galleries in nine minutes and 45 seconds. They decided to beat his record” .
It is Godard’s most indulgent portrait of the city.
Last Tango In Paris by Bernardo Bertolucci
It is a tribute to the City of Lights, reflecting all the charm of Paris. No cinephile can walk underneath the Passy métro, without thinking of Marlon Brando in Bernardo Bertolucci’s sulphurous Last Tango In Paris.
Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen
It’s the details of Paris that make it such an alluring destination. Woody Allen takes us on a fantastic journey, from Monet’s garden to the Left Bank, ..and we see Paris in its full glory.