In the latest film from Cedric Klapisch, ‘Paris‘, a young professional dancer (Romain Duris) find himself unexpectedly facing his own mortality. Watching the city through his window, he begins to see the different sides of Paris through the lives of his neighbors — the fruit seller, the woman at the bakery, a social worker, a dancer, an architect, a homeless person, a professor, a model, an illegal immigrant from Cameroon. When his newly-single sister (Juliette Binoche) and her family move in to help care for him, he’s given a new perspective on life, and love, and family.
As much a drama as a love letter to Paris, this film makes us wonder — what’s you’re favorite Parisian film? Answer in the comments, or take the poll in the forum.