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Rated R for language and some sexual references.

R In Theaters 09/18/2009 , 128min.
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November 05, 2009
Under-developed story and characters but the actors make the experience pleasant . Average movie. Not hopeful.
September 29, 2009
Karyn Paris
Just being in Paris in August it was fun to recognize many of the places. Tho I liked the film, not crazy about it, it was too long, too dark. And I agree about the goofy relationships of older men and younger women. They were not very beleivable. I thought the men were charming. Looks are not everything. And as we all get from the movie. Paris is beautiful and definitely my city of lights!
September 27, 2009
Pointless, unfocused movie - boring. Just a shoot-from-the-hip, write about whatever drifts into your mind. It by no means showed a cross-section of Paris - on the other hand, the underbelly, immigrants. It does not possess the beauty or sensitivity that you expect in a French movie. There were a couple of beautiful women, but the men were not only unattractive, they had charisma bypasses.
September 22, 2009
A wonderful film, if you like Frecnh movies as I do, Juliette and Roman Duris deliver wonderful, heartwarming performances and I do hope their performances won't be forgotten at award times (I'm pretty sure, they will be. Like last year, the movie: "The Flight of the Red Baloon," with a wonderful Julitte Binoche wasn't even mentioned.)

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The Hollywood Reporter
Paris is a bittersweet film containing rare moments of comedy. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Paris is a funny, sad, romantic and deeply felt love letter to a great city. If you can't book a trip now, it's the next best thing. Full Review
Gregory Valens
The Hollywood Reporter
Paris is a bittersweet film containing rare moments of comedy. Full Review
James Berardinelli
Not much happens during the course of the movie but, as with all good dramas, the protagonists are richly drawn and the events of their lives become of interest. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
As a whole, though, Paris pulses with a contemporary version of the energy that animated Balzac's novels, or Colette's accounts of the life she observed from the window of her apartment in the Palais Royal. Full Review

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