Paris, je t'aime (2006) Movie

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Ratings / Votes
7.3/ 10 (45414 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated R for language and brief drug use

Production Company
Arrival Cinema LLC [us] - (in association with)
Canal+ [fr] - (with the participation of)
Filmazure [ch]
Pirol Stiftung [li] - (co-production)
Victoires International [fr] - (co-production)

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(France) - 18 May 2006
(South Africa) - June 2006
(Romania) - 10 June 2006
(Denmark) - 21 June 2006
(France) - 21 June 2006

Running Time

Stories of Love. From the City of Love. One City. 10 Millions Hearts. One Love Story. One Film. Fall in Love 18 Times Stories of love from the heart of the city A film about love & life in the world's most romantic city

14e-arrondissement-paris, actress, adultery, african, ambulance, anthology, apology, argument, asking-for-forgiveness, audition, automated-teller-machine, baby, baby-carriage, babysitter, backpack, bar, bartender, bastille, beating, beer, beret, biting, biting-someone's-neck, bleeding, blindness,

Technical Support
CAM:Arriflex Cameras and Lenses
CAM:Panavision Cameras and Lenses
LAB:Laboratoires Éclair, Paris, France
MET:3,328 m - (Portugal)
MET:3297 m - (Sweden)
OFM:35 mm - (Fuji Super F-64D 8522, Super F-125T 8532, Super F-250T 8552, Super F-250D 8562, Super F-500T 8572, Eterna 500T 8573, Eterna 400T 8583, Reala 500D 8592)
PCS:Digital Intermediate - (4K) (master format)
PCS:Spherical - (source format)
PFM:35 mm - (Fuji Eterna-CP 3513DI)
RAT:1.85 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Afkir, Walid as [Le mauvais garçon (segment "Place des Fetes")] <70>
  2. Barc, Jean-Christophe as [Le pompier (segment "Place des Fetes")] <71>
  3. Bencherif, Adel as [Le voleur de guitare (segment "Place des Fetes")] <69>
  4. Beramis, Julien as [Arnaud (segment "Quais de Seine")] <41>
  5. Beslon, Melchior as [Thomas (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")] <35>
  6. Blain-King, Aurélien as [Le moine bouddhiste (segment "Porte de Choisy")] <52>
  7. Boro, Seydou as [Hassan (segment "Place des Fetes")] <27>
  8. Bourguignon, Alexandre as [Le clochard (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <62>
  9. Bourguinon, Alexandre as (uncredited) [Prisoner (segment "Tour Eiffel")]
  10. Bramsen, Christian as [L' imprimeur (segment "Le Marais")] <46>
  11. Buscemi, Steve as [Le touriste (segment "Tuileries")] <8>
  12. Castellitto, Sergio as [Le mari (segment "Bastille")] <15>
  13. Combes, Martin as [Justin - l'enfant disparu (segment "Place des Victoires")] <56>
  14. Craven, Wes as [La victime de la vampire (segment "Quartier de la Madeleine")] <76>
  15. Curbillon, Thomas as (uncredited) [Le guitariste Pigalle (segment "Pigalle")]
  16. Cámara, Javier (I) as (as Javier Camara) [Le cancérologue (segment "Bastille")] <53>
  17. Dafoe, Willem as [Le cow-boy (segment "Place des Victoires")] <18>
  18. Depardieu, Gérard as [Le patron (segment "Quartier Latin")] <38>
  19. Descours, Cyril as [François (segment "Quais de Seine")] <4>
  20. Dray, Lionel as [Ken (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")] <25>
  21. Dumerchez, Thomas as [Manu (segment "Quais de Seine")] <42>
  22. Finkiel, Emmanuel as (voice) [Voix-off (segment "Bastille")] <82>
  23. Gazzara, Ben as [Ben (segment "Quartier Latin")] <37>
  24. Girardot, Hippolyte as [Le père (segment "Place des Victoires")] <19>
  25. Gomond, Dylan as [Le petit Jean-Claude (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <57>
  26. Hecq, Gulliver as [L'enfant dans le métro (segment "Tuileries")] <47>
  27. Hoskins, Bob (I) as [Bob (segment "Pigalle")] <29>
  28. Kiener, Axel as [Axel (segment "Tuileries")] <10>
  29. Layotte, Emmanuel as [Le garçon de café (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <59>
  30. Maury, Nicolas as [Jeff (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")] <66>
  31. McConnell, Elias as [Elie (segment "Le Marais")] <6>
  32. Nolte, Nick as [Vincent (segment "Parc Monceau")] <22>
  33. Payne, Alexander (I) as [Oscar Wilde (segment "Pere-Lachaise")] <77>
  34. Perie, Christophe as (uncredited) [Smoking Guy]
  35. Pierre, Hervé as [Le médecin (segment "Montmartre")] <40>
  36. Podalydès, Bruno as (as Bruno Podalydes) [L'automobiliste (segment "Montmartre")] <2>
  37. Putner, Paul as [Le mime (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <21>
  38. Schroeder, Barbet as [Monsieur Henny (segment "Porte de Choisy")] <13>
  39. Sewell, Rufus as [William (segment "Pere-Lachaise")] <33>
  40. Teskouk, Salah as [Le grand-père de Zarka (segment "Quais de Seine")] <45>
  41. Thibaut, Georges as [Le gérant du parking (segment "Place des Fetes")] <68>
  42. Ulliel, Gaspard as [Gaspard (segment "Le Marais")] <7>
  43. Valade, François as (uncredited) [Le chanteur Pigalle (segment "Pigalle")]
  44. Verdier, Vincent as [Le collègue urgentiste (segment "Place des Fetes")] <67>
  45. Weber, Karfeen as (uncredited) [Professeur]
  46. Wood, Elijah as [Le garçon (segment "Quartier de la Madeleine")] <30>
  47. Yvinec, Daniel as (uncredited) [Le contrebassiste Pigalle (segment "Pigalle")]
  48. Ardant, Fanny as [Fanny (segment "Pigalle")] <28>
  49. Bataille, Julie (I) as [Julie (segment "Tuileries")] <9>
  50. Bekhti, Leïla as [Zarka (segment "Quais de Seine")] <3>
  51. Binoche, Juliette as [Suzanne (segment "Place des Victoires")] <17>
  52. Cheng, Xing Xing as [La femme chinoise âgée (segment "Porte de Choisy")] <50>
  53. Drukarova, Dinara as (as Dinara Droukarova) [La jolie fille du bar #2] <80>
  54. Faithfull, Marianne as [Marianne (segment "Le Marais")] <5>
  55. Francisque, Daniely as [La fille black #1 (segment "Quais de Seine")] <43>
  56. Fricot, Audrey as [La fille black #2 (segment "Quais de Seine")] <44>
  57. Gyllenhaal, Maggie as [Liz (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")] <24>
  58. Kirtadze, Nino as [La jolie fille du bar #1] <79>
  59. Kousnetzoff, Nathalie as [La coiffeuse du 14e (segment "14e Arrondissement")] <78>
  60. Kurylenko, Olga as [La vampire (segment "Quartier de la Madeleine")] <31>
  61. Lam, Laurencina as (uncredited) [Young Chinese woman (segment "Porte de Choisy")]
  62. Malroux, Madeleine as [La femme café #1 (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <60>
  63. Malroux, Simone as [La femme café #2 (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <61>
  64. Martindale, Margo as [Carol (segment "14e Arrondissement")] <39>
  65. Martins, Sara as [Sara (segment "Parc Monceau")] <63>
  66. Maïga, Aïssa as [Sophie (segment "Place des Fetes")] <26>
  67. Mikowsky, Vanessa as (as Vanessa Mikowski) [La fille du taxi] <81>
  68. Moncade, Marina as [La mère bourgeoise (segment "Loin du 16e")] <49>
  69. Moreau, Yolande as [La femme mime (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <20>
  70. Moreno, Catalina Sandino as [Ana (segment "Loin du 16e")] <11>
  71. Mortimer, Emily as [Frances (segment "Pere-Lachaise")] <32>
  72. Muller, Florence (I) as [La jeune femme (segment "Montmartre")] <1>
  73. Ohana, Emilie as [La jeune fille en rouge (segment "Bastille")] <54>
  74. Pain, Frankie as (as Franckie Pain) [La mère dans le métro (segment "Tuileries")] <48>
  75. Patarot, Hélène as [La femme chinoise masquée (segment "Porte de Choisy")] <51>
  76. Patey, Isabelle as [La contractuelle (segment "Tour Eiffel")] <58>
  77. Pelicier, Roxane as [Isis (segment "Place des Victoires")] <55>
  78. Portman, Natalie as [Francine (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")] <34>
  79. Preiss, Joana as [Maryse (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")] <64>
  80. Richardson, Miranda (I) as [La femme au trench rouge (segment "Bastille")] <14>
  81. Rowlands, Gena as [Gena (segment "Quartier Latin")] <36>
  82. Sabaty, Chany as (as Chani Sabaty) [La strip-teaseuse (segment "Pigalle")] <72>
  83. Sagnier, Ludivine as [Claire (segment "Parc Monceau")] <23>
  84. Slemp, Morgane as (uncredited) [L'étudiante (segment "14e Arrondissement")]
  85. Spigarelli, Laetitia as (as Laëtitia Spigarelli) [La costumière (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")] <65>
  86. Watling, Leonor as [La maîtresse (segment "Bastille")] <16>
  87. Weber, Karleen as (voice) [Voix-off professeur (segment "14e Arrondissement")] <83>
  88. Xin, Li as [Madame Li (segment "Porte de Choisy")] <12>


  1. Comedy
  2. Drama
  3. Romance

Full Plot

Paris, je t'aime is about the plurality of cinema in one mythic location: Paris, the City of Love. Twenty filmmakers have five minutes each; the audience must weaving a single narrative out of twenty moments. The 20 moments are fused by transitional interstitial sequences and also via the introduction and epilogue. Each transition begins with the last shot of the previous film and ends with the first shot of the following film, extending the enchantment and the emotion of the previous segment, preparing the audience for a surprise, and providing a cohesive atmosphere. There's a reappearing mysterious character who is a witness to the Parisian life. A common theme of Paris and love fuses all. Emmanuel Benbihy A declaration of love to Paris, the City of Love, through shorts using worldwide directors and cast. (a) "Montmartre": A lonely man helps a woman with hypoglycemia in Montmartre initiating a relationship with her. (b) "Quais de Seine": Three silly mates flirt with many women on the street saying jokes. When the muslin Zarka stumbles on a stone and falls down on the sidewalk, the student of history Franois helps her. The youngsters feel attraction for each other. (c) "Le Marais": A couple comes to a printer and while the woman discusses a project with the owner, her friend flirts with one employee. (d) "Tuileries": While waiting for the train in the subway, a tourist has problems with a paranoid couple of lovers (e) "Loin du 16o": A poor maid leaves her son in a crche and travels through Paris to work for a bourgeois mother in a fancy neighborhood. (f) "Porte de Choisy": Absolutely non-sense. (g) "Bastille": A husband meets his wife in a restaurant to tell her that he will leave her for a new love with a stewardess, but she tells him first that she is terminal with leukemia. Her husband hides his feelings and acts like he was still in love for her, and he indeed falls in love for her again. (h) "Place des Victoires": A woman grieves the loss of her beloved son. (i) "Tour Eiffel": A boy recalls how his mimic parents felt in love for each other. (j) "Parc Monceau": A father has a conversation with her daughter walking on the sidewalk about her baby son. (k) "Quartier des Enfants Rouges": An actress buys and uses drugs while waiting for the shot of a movie. (l) "Place des Fetes": The E.M.T. Sophie gives the emergency attendance to a man stabbed in a square. m) "Pigalle": Bob and Fanny meet each other in a bar in Pigalle to bring back some lost sensations. (n) "Quartier de la Madeleine": A tourist backpacker meets a vampire attacking a victim while crossing a bridge. (o) "Pre-Lachaise": While visiting the grave of Oscar Wilde in a cemetery, fiance has an argument with her fianc and the ghost of Oscar Wilde gives worthwhile advices to the man. (p) "Faubourg Saint-Denis": A blind man and an aspirant actress fall in love for each other. q) "Quartier Latin": A wealthy man meets with his former wife in a restaurant to discuss the terms of their amicable divorce. r) "14me Arrondissement": A lonely American tourist from Denver declares her love to Paris. Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 78,831 (Brazil) (12 August 2007) AD: 74,696 (Brazil) (8 August 2007) AD: 72,992 (Brazil) (5 August 2007) AD: 65,350 (Brazil) (29 July 2007) AD: 55,732 (Brazil) (22 July 2007) AD: 41,083 (Brazil) (15 July 2007) AD: 20,204 (Netherlands) (31 December 2007) BT: USD 13,000,000 CP: Victoires International and Pirol Film Productions GR: USD 4,857,376 (USA) (5 August 2007) GR: USD 4,743,381 (USA) (29 July 2007) GR: USD 4,608,310 (USA) (22 July 2007) GR: USD 4,176,797 (USA) (8 July 2007) GR: USD 3,817,133 (USA) (1 July 2007) GR: USD 3,906,007 (USA) (24 June 2007) GR: USD 2,783,486 (USA) (17 June 2007) GR: USD 2,067,126 (USA) (10 June 2007) GR: USD 1,424,122 (USA) (3 June 2007) GR: USD 896,808 (USA) (27 May 2007) GR: USD 279,854 (USA) (20 May 2007) GR: USD 39,242 (USA) (6 May 2007) GR: BRL 764,109 (Brazil) (12 August 2007) GR: BRL 157,249 (Brazil) (8 August 2007) GR: BRL 711,779 (Brazil) (5 August 2007) GR: BRL 641,325 (Brazil) (29 July 2007) GR: BRL 551,881 (Brazil) (22 July 2007) GR: BRL 413,925 (Brazil) (15 July 2007) OW: USD 39,242 (USA) (6 May 2007) (2 screens) OW: BRL 157,249 (Brazil) (8 July 2007) (18 screens) SD: 2002 - November 2005 WG: USD 62,189 (USA) (5 August 2007) (40 screens) WG: USD 70,261 (USA) (29 July 2007) (55 screens) WG: USD 89,163 (USA) (22 July 2007) (64 screens) WG: USD 206,052 (USA) (8 July 2007) (103 screens) WG: USD 204,929 (USA) (1 July 2007) (105 screens) WG: USD 363,192 (USA) (24 June 2007) (164 screens) WG: USD 487,780 (USA) (17 June 2007) (200 screens) WG: USD 441,235 (USA) (10 June 2007) (136 screens) WG: USD 401,789 (USA) (3 June 2007) (79 screens) WG: USD 550,796 (USA) (27 May 2007) (58 screens) WG: USD 157,504 (USA) (20 May 2007) (18 screens) WG: USD 39,242 (USA) (6 May 2007) (2 screens) WG: BRL 35,383 (Brazil) (12 August 2007) (16 screens) WG: BRL 157,249 (Brazil) (8 August 2007) (18 screens) WG: BRL 40,503 (Brazil) (5 August 2007) (14 screens) WG: BRL 52,549 (Brazil) (29 July 2007) (13 screens) WG: BRL 63,857 (Brazil) (22 July 2007) (14 screens) WG: BRL 103,422 (Brazil) (15 July 2007) (17 screens)

Movie Certificate

K-11 (Finland)
10 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
10 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
M/12 (Portugal)
IIA (Hong Kong)
12 (Netherlands)
11 (Sweden)
NC-16 (Singapore)
13 (Argentina)
6 (Germany)
15 (UK)
15A (Ireland)
16 (Brazil)
15 (South Korea)
MA (Australia)
U (Malaysia)

Music Composers

  1. Adenot, Pierre
  2. Andrews, Michael (IV) (segment "Quartier de la Madeleine")
  3. Heil, Reinhold (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  4. Klimek, Johnny (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  5. Tykwer, Tom (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")


  1. Alexandre, Maxime (segment "Père-Lachaise")
  2. Amathieu, Michel (segment "Place des Fêtes")
  3. Aïm, Pierre (I) (segment "Quartier Latin")
  4. Delbonnel, Bruno (segment "Tuileries")
  5. Gautier, Eric (segment "Loin du 16ème") (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")
  6. Griebe, Frank (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  7. Guichard, Eric (segment "Tour Eiffel")
  8. Larrieu, Jean-Claude (segment "Bastille")
  9. Lenoir, Denis (segment "14th arrondissement")
  10. Li, Rain (segment "Porte de Choisy") (as Kathy Li)
  11. Marti, Pascal (segment "Place des Victoires")
  12. Nagata, Tetsuo (segment "Quartier de la Madeleine")
  13. Poirot-Delpech, Matthieu (segment "Montmartre")
  14. Quesemand, David (segment "Quais de Seine")
  15. Rabaud, Pascal (segment "Le Marais")
  16. Seresin, Michael (segment "Parc Monceau")
  17. Sterin, Gérard (segment "Quartier de la Madeleine")

Dress Designers

  1. Bériot, Olivier


A-Film Distribution [nl] - (2007) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
A-Film Home Entertainment [nl] - (2007) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Ascot Elite Entertainment Group [ch] - (2006) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Atlantis Entertainment [cz] - (2008) (Czechoslovakia) (theatrical)
Cathay-Keris Films [sg] - (2007) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Celsius Entertainment [gb] - (2005) (worldwide) (all media) (sales)
Continental Film [sk] - (2008) (Slovakia) (theatrical)
Deltamac Entertainment [hk] - (2007) (Hong Kong) (all media)
Festive Films [sg] - (2007) (Singapore) (theatrical)
First Look International [us] - (2007) (USA) (theatrical)
First Look International [us] - (2007) (USA) (DVD)
Front Row Filmed Entertainment [ae] - (2007) (United Arab Emirates) (all media) (Middle East)
Geneon Entertainment [jp] - (2007) (Japan) (DVD)
Hollywood Classic Entertainment [cz] - (2008) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
La Fabrique de Films [fr] - (2006) (France) (theatrical)
Madman Entertainment [au] - (2006) (Australia) (all media)
Maple Pictures [ca] - (2007) (Canada) (DVD)
Odeon [gr] - (2007) (Greece) (DVD)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige AB [se] - (2006) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution [fi] - (2006) (Finland) (theatrical)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution [fi] - (2007) (Finland) (DVD)
Sandrews [se] - (2007) (Sweden) (DVD)
Senator Home Entertainment [de] - (2007) (Germany) (DVD)
Serenity Entertainment International [tw] - (2007) (Taiwan) (theatrical)
Speedwell [ar] - (2006) (Argentina) (all media)
Speedwell [ar] - (2006) (Chile) (all media)
Speedwell [ar] - (2006) (Paraguay) (all media)
Speedwell [ar] - (2006) (Uruguay) (all media)
TF1 Vidéo [fr] - (2007) (France) (DVD)
Telexcel/ImpactoCine [ar] - (2007) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Toho-Towa [jp] - (2007) (Japan) (theatrical)
Transilvania Film [ro] - (2007) (Romania) (all media)
Universum Film (UFA) [de] - (2007) (Germany) (DVD)

Film Editors

  1. Barnier, Luc (segment "Quartier des Enfants Rouges")
  2. Bonnefoy, Mathilde (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  3. Collet, Stan (segment "Père-Lachaise")
  4. Jacquet, Simon (segments "Quais de Seine", "Porte de Choisy", "Bastille", "Pigalle", "Quartier Latin", "Faubourg Saint Denis" and "14th arrondissement")
  5. Klotz, Anne (segment "Montmartre")
  6. Meier, Isabel (segment "Place des Fêtes")
  7. Rodríguez, Alex (I) (segment "Parc Monceau")
  8. Suwa, Hisako (segment "Places des Victoires")


  1. Ben Youssef, Naoufel (unit location manager)
  2. Brasseur, Diane (script supervisor)
  3. Caussade, Gilles (financial director)
  4. Chatenoud, Sylvain (I) (location manager)
  5. Chauveau, Christophe (key location scout)
  6. Dungey, Oliver (II) (production assistant)
  7. Feingold, Carly (assistant: Wes Craven)
  8. Flesch, Klaus (production accountant) (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  9. Foulatier, Nicolas (location manager) (segment "Loin du 16ème")
  10. Gomes de Almeida, Natasha (script supervisor) (segment 'Loin du 16ème')
  11. Hawksley, Jane (transitions)
  12. Jactat, Aurore (legal)
  13. Julien, Romeo (avid conformation)
  14. Knöller, Britta (location manager) (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  15. Lefrançois, Guillaume (assistant location manager)
  16. Martins, Lina (assistant: Juliette Binoche)
  17. Nebot, Eric (script coordinator)
  18. Ohana, Emilie (coach: English/French) (segment "Tuileries")
  19. Olive, Helen (production coordinator)
  20. Perdrigeat, Bruno (location manager)
  21. Piat, Dominique (script supervisor)
  22. Renouard, Aurélien (marketing director)
  23. Sareh, Bachir (assistant location manager)
  24. Sourzac, Katia (assistant to producer)
  25. Steinborn, Andro (legal and business affairs) (segment "Faubourg Saint-Denis")
  26. Traclet, Valentine (script supervisor)
  27. Trüby, Larissa (assistant: Tom Tykwer)


Francine: Thomas Listen. Listen. There are times when life calls out for a change. A transition. Like the seasons. Our spring was wonderful, but summer is over now and we missed out on autumn. And now all of a sudden, it's cold, so cold that everything is freezing over. Our love fell asleep, and the snow took it by surprise. But if you fall asleep in the snow, you don't feel death coming. Take care The Husband: In pretending to be a man in love, he became a man in love. Carol: Sitting there, alone in a foreign country, far from my job and everyone I know, a feeling came over me. It was like remembering something I'd never known before or had always been waiting for, but I didn't know what. Maybe it was something I'd forgotten or something I've been missing all my life. All I can say is that I felt, at the same time, joy and sadness. But not too much sadness, because I felt alive. Yes, alive. That was the moment I fell in love with Paris. And I felt Paris fall in love with me. Fanny Forestier: [in French] Kiss me on impulse! Surprise me! Bob Leander: Me, me, me, me! You always want your feelings understood! But mine are childish! Sex isn't disgusting unless you make it disgusting! There can be beauty in this place too! Fanny Forestier: [in French] Not what I call beauty! Bob Leander: I need a little help! You don't know what it's like for a man when it's all gone! I can't feel anything anymore! Fanny Forestier: [slaps him] Do you feel *that*? Bob Leander: [turning to the stripper] What do you charge to watch an argument? Bob Leander: Can't we walk together? Fanny Forestier: I'm so ashamed. Bob Leander: Why? You did it out of love, I assume. Fanny Forestier: And what do you do, out of love? Bob Leander: I ache... for who we were. Gaspard: [in French] Haven't we met? I'm sure I know you. Where do you live? I'm in the 17th. Maybe I've seen you around. You don't talk much. I'm not sure, but... I feel like I've seen you before. You look like a mystical guy. Really, you have a very special aura. You believe in spirits? I'm way into that stuff. Maybe we met in a past lifetime. Elie: [in French] Light? Gaspard: [in French] A light. [lights his cigarette] Elie: Merci. Gaspard: It's amazing. As soon as I saw you, I needed to talk. It's like... I don't know. A strong, weird feeling. I thought, if I don't talk to you before I go, I'd be missing out on... something... important. Beautiful. You work in a beautiful place. I didn't want to miss the chance to talk to you. It's dumb, but... Never mind. May I? [sits down] You believe in soul mates? Finding your other half? You like jazz? Charlie Parker... and Kurt Cobain. I love him! Whatever. Here's my number. I'd really like to talk with you, if you call me, more seriously and... for longer, especially. [leaves] Printer: [in French] What's up? Elie: I'm not sure, Christian. He gave me this. Printer: [in French] A phone number? Elie: I don't know what he was saying. I don't speak French that well. He used a lot of phrases that aren't in my phrase book. Printer: [in French] Call him and see. Elie: [takes off running] Ana: [singing in Spanish to Bourgeoisie's baby] Pretty little hands that I have how pretty and how white that God gave me. Pretty little eyes that I have how pretty and black that God gave me. Pretty little mouth that I have how pretty and red that God gave me. Pretty little feet that I have how pretty and chubby that God gave me... Thomas: And you were accepted, of course. You moved from Boston to Paris into a little apartment on the rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis. I showed you our neighborhood, my bars, my school. I introduced you to my friends, my parents. I listened to your texts, your singing, your hopes, your desires, your music. You listened to mine. My Italian, my German, a bit of Russian. I gave you a walkman. You gave me a pillow. And one day, you kissed me. Time went by, time flew and everything seemed so easy, so simple, so free, so new, so unique. We went to the movies, we went dancing, we went shopping, we laughed, you cried, we swam, we smoked, we shaved, you screamed; sometimes for no reason, or for a reason. Yes, sometimes for a reason. I brought you to the academy, I studied for my exams, I listened to your singing, to your hopes, your desires, your music. You listened to mine. We were close, so close, ever so close. We went to the movies, we swam, we laughed. You screamed, sometimes for a reason and sometimes without. Time went by, time flew. I brought you to the academy, I studied for my exams. You listened to my Italian, German, Russian, French. I studied for my exams. You screamed, sometimes for a reason. Time went by for no reason. You screamed for no reason. I studied for my exams, my exams, my exams. Time went by, you screamed, you screamed, you screamed. I went to the movies. Zarka: [speaking to Franois] I'm surprised to see you here. Zarka: I'm Zarka. Franois: Franois... How are your hands. Zarka: Ok. Zarka's Grandfather: It was good of you to help her. Franois: Only natural. Hassan: I just got stung by a lousy mosquito. These neighborhoods are dangerous. Lagos is safer. What' your name? Sophie: Sophie. Hassan: I'd give you my card but I have none left. Too bad! Sophie, fancy a cup of coffee? Go on! Can I massage your feet? Sophie: Why would I let you? Hassan: Because they hurt. Sophie: They do? Hassan: You were running in my dreams all night... Please have coffee with me. Zarka: You're even worse at this than getting girls. Franois: My friends do that stuff, not me. Zarka: They're pathetic. Franois: You have beautiful hair, why do you have to cover it up? Zarka: I don't have to. I choose to. Franois: Too bad, 'cause you're so pretty. Zarka: You mean I'm not beautiful in my hijab? Franois: [laughs] That's not what I meant. Zarka: You and your friends don't know shit about women. Why talk to them like that? When you can see they don't like it? If I want to look beautiful, I do it for me. When I wear this I feel part of a faith, an identity. I feel good. That's what beauty is. Tell that to your friends. Then maybe one day, they might even get laid. Carol: Sometimes I think it would be nice to have someone, with whom to share this life. Carol: And then something happened, something that is hard to describe. [looks around at people around her in the park] Carol: Sitting there in a foreign country, far from my job and all the people I knew, a feeling came over me. As if I recalled something, smething that I had never known and for which I had been waiting. Carol: But I didn't know what it was. Maybe it was something I had forgotten. Or something I had missed my whole life. I can only tell you that at the same time I felt joy and sadness. Carol: But not a great sadness. Because I felt alive. Yes. Alive. Carol: That was the moment I fell in love with Paris and the moment that I felt that Paris had fallen in love with me. Carol: They say a lot of things about Paris. They say it's a place where artists find inspiration. They say it's a place where people come to discover something new about their lives. They say it's a place where you can find love. Carol: Of course, at my age, I didn't expect any of that. Arnaud: Leave it to a true player. [to 2 girls passing by] Hey, ladies! You're looking sweet today! Black Girl #1: Yeah? Call me when you're old enough to shave.

Other Titles

  1. Paris, I Love You (2006) (ENG)
    (Hong Kong: English title)

  2. Paris, I Love You (2006) (ENG)
    (International: English title) (informal literal title)

  3. Paris, je t'aime (2006) (ENG)

  4. Paris, je t'aime (2006) (ENG)
    (UK) (imdb display title)

  5. Paris, je t'aime (2006) (ENG)
    (USA) (imdb display title)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Quartier Latin, Paris 5, Paris, France
  2. Pont Alexandre III, Paris 7, Paris, France
  3. Grave of Oscar Wilde, Père Lachaise - 65 Boulevard de Ménilmontant, Paris 20, Paris, France
  4. Paris, France


- The segment "Parc Monceau" directed by 'Alfonso Cuarón' (qv) was shot in a single continuous shot.

- This is the first feature film fully scanned in 6K and mastered in 4K in Europe (as opposed to the normal 2K). Encoding the image took about 24 hours per reel (at Laboratoires Éclair).

- 'Julio Medem' (qv) was attached to the project for a long time. He was supposed to direct one of the segments, but he finally fell off because of schedule conflicts with the filming of _Caótica Ana (2007)_ (qv).

- The original intention of the film was to represent each of the 20 arrondissements of Paris but this idea was abandoned together with filmed segments by directors 'Christoffer Boe (I)' (qv) and 'Raphaël Nadjari' (qv).

- 'Alexander Payne (I)' (qv) wrote the role of Carol specifically for 'Margo Martindale' (qv).