Paris cinema


Paris

The capital offers an inspiring choice of films. Hollywood movies or franchouillard, many are taking part in Paris. Small non-exhaustive selection!

The Adventures of Rabbi Jacob (Gérard Oury, 1973)

Le Marais in 1970
From the Café des Deux Magots in the Rue des Rosiers. because of a series of misunderstandings, the bourgeois Victor Pivert (Louis de Funes) is drawn into a wild adventure in the heart of the Jewish quarter of Paris.

Mr Batignole (Gérard Jugnot, 2002)

The sixteenth arrondissement under the Occupation
Mr. Batignole (Gérard Jugnot) tries to hide a Jewish child in the eyes of the Nazis in occupied Paris by the Germans during the Second World War.

So Long, Stooge (Claude Berri, 1983)

Gang War Barbès
Coluche and Richard Anconina are lured in the heart of mid-drug dealers of the 18th district in a movie policeman reveals the darkest aspects of Paris.

The Fabulous Destiny of Amelie Poulain (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001)

in Montmartre poetic ballad
The young Parisian Amelie (Audrey Tautou) is trying to bring fantasy into his dull daily neighbors. An original and idealized representation of contemporary life in the Montmartre district.

Paris, I love you (Collective, 2006)

Paris and filmmakers
18 short films of 5 minutes each centered on a district of Paris, and provided by such filmmakers as Gus Van Sant, the Coen brothers and Olivier Assayas.

Two Days in Paris (Delpy, 2007)

An American in Paris
A French-American couple spends two days in the capital before returning to New York. Tourist areas to the most confidential corners, the stay will not take place without a hitch ...

Paris (Cédric Klapisch, 2008)

bourgeois Paris, bohemian Paris
The little hassle and problems of anonymous Parisians, we follow the liking of neighborhoods to Ménilmontant Tuileries, Bastille Disable ... Everyone loves her city but failed to live fully.

Moulin Rouge (Baz Luhrmann, 2001)

Montmartre in the Belle Epoque
1899, the Moulin Rouge dance hall: the love story of a writer and a courtesan background of cabaret and debauchery. nostalgic stroll through the streets of Pigalle and the bohemian Montmartre.

The Da Vinci Code (Ron Howard, 2006)

Mystery at the Louvre
In this thrilling investigation amid Catholic conspiracy, Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou looking for clues scattered throughout the capital. The Louvre Museum in Saint-Sulpice church, a fascinating track game.

Chouchou (Merzak Allouache, 2003)

The gay scene Place Clichy
Chouchou (Gad Elmaleh) arrives in Paris and finds the man of her life, played by Alain Chabat. Transvestite cabarets to sex shops in Place Clichy, a hilarious foray into the Parisian gay scene.