Paris Je T'aime Synopsis
Through the neighborhoods of Paris, love is veiled, revealed, imitated, sucked dry, and reinvented.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Anthology films usually work better in theory than execution, but this feature parade of shorts is a blithe, worldly, and enchanting...
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Wilmington
The masterpiece of the bunch is the last, wonderful piece by Alexander Payne ("14eme Arrondissement").
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New York Daily News

By Jack Mathews
Bittersweet, funny, sad and invariably romantic.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
The result is that after two hours one gets the sense of having seen a panorama of human experience, of having witnessed a moment of time...
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TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
As is always the case with compilation films, some segments are far better than others. But they're all so brief that the least of them...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
The stories run a gamut of emotions: melancholy, bittersweet, provocative, witty, poignant, silly and fanciful.
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Miami Herald

By Rene Rodriguez
One of the chief pleasures of Paris, Je T'aime -- is seeing how each filmmaker adheres to their assignment of making a movie about love in...
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
It is possible to bring substance, as well as poetry, to the vignette form, but more often Paris, Je T'Aime is merely mundane.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
As an ad for the city's charms, Paris couldn't have asked for a more sweetly jaundiced love letter.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Ray Bennett
Being in Paris is to be inside a work of art, and it is no surprise that in the charming collection of vignettes that make up Paris je...
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Paris, je t'aime!

By adelaide
I saw this movie in while i was in France. I loved it even though i could only understand parts of it. All the vignettes are well acted, directed, and edited although some are slightly difficult to...

Excellent montage of Parisian life

By grantdustin
Having lived in France and scoured every corner of Paris, I felt the film provided an amazing perspective on the City of Light--As well as providing a deeper portrayal of it's darker side. A must...

18 Unified Shorts

By JeffKelso
This is a very nice but quirky movie. Each of the 18 short films takes place in a different arrondissements (they miss two for some reason) of Paris and are all about love. Some seek love, some find...


By ta2kitty
I enjoyed this movie (except for the vampire and mime stories.) Most of the stories were touching and the characters rich and vibrant. It left me wanting to know more about the characters and what...

Paris Je T'aime

By romero007
Varied, interesting and highly entertaining....

See it now!

By justdebok
Paris Je t'aime will take you out of your seat and put you in the most beautiful, magical, mystical city in the world. The stories offer a great variety as well as shots of locations all over the...

Sit back and take it all in...........

By nomad
This was a very nice collage of views - of life, emotion, reality and moments of human drama. I highly recommend that you leave your need to make sense of anyting in this movie - that is, until...

Je t'aime paris je t'aime

By Filmfun
A varied and fascinating look at directors' takes on Paris and love. Highly cinematic, creative, unexpected and enjoyable....

A Fun and Engagiing Film

By mmoneal
The title had this viewer a little hesitant to go see it until watching the trailers and reading some of the reviews. This film isn't pretentious or over loaded with heavy underpinnings of social...

A must see for anyone who's visited Paris

By kalcazar
I've seen Paris Je T'aime twice now and laughed and cried both times. Each short film portrays love from a different perspective in a mixture of French and English. Not only are the stories very...

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Rated R | For language and brief drug use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says 18 shorts about love for mature art house fans.
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