Paris, je t’aime Segments Online

June 6, 2007


Last weekend I was fortunate to catch Paris, je t’aime. Paris, je t’aime is a feature film broken into segments directed by eighteen different directors. The directing roster included Alfonso Cuarón, Wes Craven, Alexander Payne and Gus Van Sant among others.  The common threads of the film are what you’d expect, love and Paris.

Paris, je t’Aime is currently playing in 79 theaters in the US but fortunately for you it opened last summer in France, meaning that many of the segments in the film have already made their way online. I just happened across one of my favorite vignettes from the film, Tulieres which was directed by the Coen Brothers and features one of their staple stars, Steve Buscemi. It’s a great short film, which you too can now watch!

Probably the most poignant of the segments,  14th arrondissement, directed by Alexander Payne has also made it’s way online. This one is actually the final segment of Paris, je t’aime so if you’re waiting on the full length version it’d probably be best to wait on this segment. If you can’t wait, then dig in now.

Here’s the official trailer for Paris, je t’aime (in HD) and of course the official site.

– chris

(via the video hunters at Ticklebooth)


3 Responses to “Paris, je t’aime Segments Online”

  1. pomak7 Says:

    You can find the Tom Twyker part here.

  2. tropist Says:

    Thanks for the heads up on the Tom Twyker part!

  3. […] Paris, je t’aime Segments – I had never heard of this film but the idea behind it sounds quite interesting. The Cohen brothers segment is a great example of a simple short film. […]

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