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A Parisian is sick and thinks he may die. His condition makes him look at all the people he meets in a new and different way. Imagining his death suddenly gives new meaning to his life, to other peoples' lives, and to the life of the whole city. Fruit and vegetable sellers, a woman who runs a bakery, a social worker, a dancer, an architect, a homeless person, a university professor, a model, an illegal immigrant from Cameroon... All these very different people come together in this city and in this film. You might imagine there's nothing special about them, but for every single one of them, their life is unique. You might believe their problems don't matter, but to them, they are the most important things in the world.
Pierre (Romain Duris, The Beat That My Heart Skipped), a professional dancer, finds himself in a quandary when a potentially fatal heart problem forces him to quit his work. Turning to his sister Elise (Academy Award Winner Juliette Binoche) for help, his condition causes him to look at himself and those around him in a new light. Soon Pierre starts to discover how much better life can be when you fear it might be leaving you behind.
Paris is a multi-layered comedy drama from acclaimed director Cedric Klapisch (L'auberge Espagnole) that also stars Fabrice Luchini (Moli re), Albert Dupontel (Irreversible), Fran ois Cluzet (Tell No One), Karin Viard (Summer Things) and M lanie Laurent (Days of Glory).
The second trailer for Paris. Centers on a Parisian who is ill and who wonders whether he is going to die. His condition makes him look with new eyes at all the people he encounters. As he faces death, his life, the life of others and that of the whole city suddenly take on a new significance. Market gardeners, a baker, a social worker, a dancer, an architect, a homeless person, a university professor, a model and a Cameroonian illegal worker--all these people, whose lives are very far apart, are brought together in the city of Paris.
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