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Paris

We will never forget.

01

Cleo from 5 to 7, Agnès Varda, 1962

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The first Nouvelle Vague movie, directed by a woman. Madonna even tried to direct a remake of it.

02

An American in Paris, Vincente Minelli, 1951

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"La même chose en français.
J'ai du rythme,
J'ai de la musique,
J'ai ma chérie,
Who could ask for anything more?"

03

Six in Paris, Claude Chabrol, Jean Douchet, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Daniel Pollet, Eric Rohmer, Jean Rouch, 1965

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Forget about Paris, je t'aime!

04

Last Tango in Paris, Bernardo Bertolucci, 1972

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The movie deserves to be known for the right reasons. One of the most beautiful cinematography in film history and a camera that flies about Paris, from Passy to Montparnasse.

05

Paris Blues, Martin Ritt, 1957

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Joan Woodward, Paul Newman, Sydney Poitier and Louis Armstrong in front of Martin Ritt's camera. It's a mystery why this movies does not get the attention it deserves.

01 Cleo from 5 to 7, Agnès Varda, 1962

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The first Nouvelle Vague movie, directed by a woman. Madonna even tried to direct a remake of it.

02 An American in Paris, Vincente Minelli, 1951

Watch the film

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"La même chose en français.
J'ai du rythme,
J'ai de la musique,
J'ai ma chérie,
Who could ask for anything more?"

03 Six in Paris, Claude Chabrol, Jean Douchet, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Daniel Pollet, Eric Rohmer, Jean Rouch, 1965

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Forget about Paris, je t'aime!

04 Last Tango in Paris, Bernardo Bertolucci, 1972

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The movie deserves to be known for the right reasons. One of the most beautiful cinematography in film history and a camera that flies about Paris, from Passy to Montparnasse.

05 Paris Blues, Martin Ritt, 1957

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Joan Woodward, Paul Newman, Sydney Poitier and Louis Armstrong in front of Martin Ritt's camera. It's a mystery why this movies does not get the attention it deserves.

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