Paris, Je T'aime

Paris, Je T'aime

Paris, Je T'aime

18 short films make up this anthology and love letter to Paris. The filmmakers include Olivier Assayas, the Coen brothers, Isabel Coixet, Wes Craven, Alfonso Cuarón, Gérard Depardieu, Christopher Doyle, Richard LaGravenese, Alexander Payne, Tom Tykwer and Gus Van Sant.

2007Rating: M, contains violence, drug use and sexual references100 minsLiechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany, FranceEnglish, French with English subtitles
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Very interesting but ultimately dull

This film is very interesting - the short films as themselves are great. Each one very well done, at times gorgeous, and intriguing in themselves. Each is about love - man/woman, man/man, woman/city, mother/child. So it's great to see so many takes on the theme. But to watch a whole lot of vignettes back to back - with no plot line to carry them all...

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Village Voice

Village Voice

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Paris, Je T'aime's brimming declaration of love to the City of Lights leaves one breathless but dissatisfied...

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Variety

Variety

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Uneven but quite pleasant as a two-hour experience that acknowledges the idealized Paris people carry in their heads while wisely veering off the beaten track...

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Sunday Star-Times

Sunday Star-Times

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While Paris, Je T'Aime's parts add up to something, it could have been more. You've seen the stellar group of actors and directors all do better...

3.0
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Newshub

Newshub

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There's a chance there might not be meaty enough here for the more demanding cinema-goer to sink their teeth into, but there's a fabulously talented array of film makers and actors and of course its set in one of the most cinematic cities on the planet...

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Paris Je T'Aime has something going for it that not every movie can claim: It always has Paris...

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

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Anthology films usually work better in theory than execution, but this feature parade of shorts is a blithe, worldly, and enchanting exception...

0
Village Voice

Village Voice

press

Paris, Je T'aime's brimming declaration of love to the City of Lights leaves one breathless but dissatisfied...

0
Variety

Variety

press

Uneven but quite pleasant as a two-hour experience that acknowledges the idealized Paris people carry in their heads while wisely veering off the beaten track...

0
Sunday Star-Times

Sunday Star-Times

press

While Paris, Je T'Aime's parts add up to something, it could have been more. You've seen the stellar group of actors and directors all do better...

3.0
0
Newshub

Newshub

press

There's a chance there might not be meaty enough here for the more demanding cinema-goer to sink their teeth into, but there's a fabulously talented array of film makers and actors and of course its set in one of the most cinematic cities on the planet...

3.0
0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Paris Je T'Aime has something going for it that not every movie can claim: It always has Paris...

0
Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

Anthology films usually work better in theory than execution, but this feature parade of shorts is a blithe, worldly, and enchanting exception...

0

Very interesting but ultimately dull

This film is very interesting - the short films as themselves are great. Each one very well done, at times gorgeous, and intriguing in themselves. Each is about love - man/woman, man/man, woman/city, mother/child. So it's great to see so many takes on the theme. But to watch a whole lot of vignettes back to back - with no plot line to carry them...

3.0
0