88

Premiere

By Aaron Hillis
Where Dans Paris truly pops, besides its spot-on leads or the slick curation of its fashions and locales, are in its mood-mixing musical moments.
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80

The New York Times

By Manohla Dargis
Picks up where the early François Truffaut and his comrades-in-cinema left off -- with a playful, liberatory style, and a song (actually, a few) in his heart and on his actors’ lips.
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75

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Dans Paris provides a brooding, poetic echo - an after-dinner mint to a lasting meal.
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75

Chicago Tribune

Dans Paris is a cohesive, albeit sometimes creepy, fabric of disparate modes and colors.
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70

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Dans Paris makes the city seem like the ideal place to be clinically depressed.
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70

Salon.com

By Andrew O'Hehir
There's a vivid comedy to this family's emotional state of siege, an easy confidence to Honoré's camerawork, and plenty of beautiful bodies.
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70

Variety

Inside Paris is that rarity, a genuinely honest, unpretentious and delightful, small film, alternately sober and effervescent, steering clear of either heavy-going philosophizing or dreaded whimsy.
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70

Village Voice

Christophe Honoré's Dans Paris is both a floppy, joyful tribute to the French New Wave and an inspired retelling of "Franny and Zooey."
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50

TV Guide

By Ken Fox
This is a film for hardcore film fans and Francophiles. Everyone else may find little to sustain them beyond the pastiche and shots of Paris.
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50

New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Make a movie about depressed people, and what do you get? A depressing movie.
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60 out of 100
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