Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Paris story


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As a Paris lover, I am always excited to learn more about the city of Lights.

Today, as I had a friend visiting from abroad, I decided to go and see the lastest movie/documentary by Paris Story, right behind Opera Garnier. 

The 50 minutes film tells the story of Paris from its inception until now. It’s like a private tour of the French capital during which some places, usually closed to the public, are shown. We enter Notre-Dame de Paris, Sainte-Chapelle and its magnificient stained glass, the Bastille column... The pictures taken from the sky by Yann Arthus Bertrand are breathtaking.

And it's famous French actor, Jean Reno, who does the voice-over, with his calm and charming voice.

I honestly think that each and every person who wants to understand how Paris has become Paris should see this movie.

 It’s a must-see.

Nb: the movie is translate into six different languages, English, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Chinese, thanks to a multilingual audio system, in each seat.


11 rue Scribe - 75009 Paris
Every day, from 10am to 6PM. Session at each hour (10am, 11am.. 5pm). 


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