Sadly, this film may not make it to many parts of the country. But if you're lucky enough to have it playing near you, and you have any sort of affinity for Paris (or think you might), then you MUST see "Paris, Je T'aime"! It was awesome! I enjoyed every single moment. Sure, some of it was better than other parts (it's 18 short films about love stories set in Paris), but I was never bored or not loving it, and several moments were transcendent.
I haven't remembered leaving a theater that happy and uplifted in ages. Maybe after pirates next week, but right now, I'm all about loving Paris. Why, oh why, don't I have the balls to just move there!! It's my dream!!
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