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What most ensemble films lack in cohesiveness, Six in Paris finds in historical context. Forty years later, it is an essential testament of the French New Wave's energy, ingenuity and aesthetic.
If the six different locales are a standard Cook's Tour of the capital, most of the principals, however fleetingly, make Parisians, not Paris, diverting, if not memorable.
Probably the best of the anthology films that were briefly in vogue in the early 60s.
Like most sketch films, this is patchy, but the Rouch, Chabrol, and Rohmer segments shouldn't be missed.
Paris mon amour, 'more than a place, an intellectual climate'
... one of the strongest and most entertaining anthology films to emerge from the 1960s.
The overall film has a nice, warm feel; this was more of a lark than any kind of social agenda.
Notable for the talent that worked on some of the segments; many of these directors, actors and cinematographers would go on to become central figures of the French New Wave.
This is certainly a lot more succesful than New York Stories or Four Rooms.
this is a compilation of 6 short stories mabe about situations in paris in the mid 60s. sorry to say that out of the six, only one is memorable--- the second one I thought was chilling, especialy the ending. The others are all throw away as far as i am concerned.. so one decent one out of six makes 16.66 % favorable rating.
Paris seen by great French directors. Interesting point of views. All them "darker" than the stories of "Paris je t´aime" and "Paris" (Cédric Klapisch) that, even showing bad sides of the city, end up bringing up a final (relative) good image of Paris.
It´s interesting to notice how the main themes changed from the 60´s to nowadays.
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