A battle-fatigued hooker picks up a virginal dishwasher in Rue St. Denis. In Eric Rohmer's Place de L'Etoile a timid salesclerk thinks he has committed murder. Jean-Luc Goddard shows us a woman who is afraid she has mixed up letters to her two boyfriends. And a young boy finds a way to ignore his obnoxious parents in Claude Chabrol's La Muette.
Together, these six tales paint a tableau of a noisy, vibrant, colorful Paris a city where everything is possible.
- Interviews with Barbet Schroeder, Albert Maysles, Jackie Raynal, and Richard Brody
- Scene Selections
- Optional English subtitles
"Six short stories acted, produced, directed and colored in high style... A full entertainment." THE NEW YORK POST
"Amusing...Beautiful." THE OBSERVER
"Affectionately drawn... Funny and Real." THE NEW YORK TIMES