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Aro Recommended Paris, Je T'aime


Aroview: A prestige line-up of actors and filmmakers converge in this grand anthology of love letters to the city of romance. With each vignette clocking in at around 8 minutes, this celluloid tapestry offers something for almost every mood and palate.

Disseminated across Paris’ districts and landmarks, highlights include Nobuhiro Suwa’s distilled meditation on grief, with Juliette Binoche; a typically skewered take on tourism from the Coen Brothers; and Alexander Payne’s fitting finale, about a middle-aged American woman recounting her lonely Paris sojourn.

Less successful, but still distinguished entries from directors Olivier Assayas (about an actress, Maggie Gyllenhaal, working on a film shoot), Alfonso Cuaron (an extended tracking shot with Nick Nolte), Christopher Doyle (taking his cue from Wong Kar-wai), Tom Tykwer (a frantic long-term relationship crammed into a handful of minutes) and Sylvain Chomet (the eccentric adventures of a mime) round out the best bits.

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DVD Features

  • cast and/or crew interviews
  • deleted scenes
  • 'making of' documentary / featurette
  • extra stuff
  • trailers
  • aspect ratio: 16:9

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