The “City of Light,” Paris, has long served as an alluring setting for many cinematic masterpieces. Filmmakers have used its recognizable monuments, enchanting streets, and ageless beauty. It has always been a gorgeous backdrop on which to create stories that connect with viewers all over the world. We see Paris on the silver screen all the time. It’s sometimes a vintage black-and-white classic and sometimes a contemporary blockbuster… 🍿
🛎️ Reminder: To explore Paris with your digital tour guide, don’t forget to download Piri Guide! 😊
“Amélie” is a French romantic comedy film. The film’s original title is “Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain” (The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain).
The story revolves around Amélie, a shy and imaginative young woman who decides to make it her mission to spread happiness and joy to the people around her in the Montmartre neighbourhood of Paris. She embarks on a series of small but meaningful acts of kindness and whimsical interventions in the lives of those she encounters. Along the way, she discovers her own capacity for love and happiness.
Marie Antoinette (2006)
“Marie Antoinette” is a biographical drama that explores the life of Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France. Kirsten Dunst plays the role of Marie Antoinette in the film, and the movie received both praise and criticism for its unique and stylized approach to historical storytelling. It focuses on the opulent and extravagant lifestyle of the French monarchy during the 18th century and Marie Antoinette’s personal experiences, set against a contemporary soundtrack and modern elements.
The Da Vinci Code (2006)
“The Da Vinci Code” is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by author Dan Brown. The movie is a mystery thriller that combines elements of art, history, religion, and conspiracy.
Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbology professor, and Sophie Neveu, a French police cryptographer, become murder suspects at the Louvre Museum in Paris. They try to solve a series of cryptic clues left by the victim. It consists of a perilous quest to uncover a hidden secret. The movie “Angels & Demons” is a sequel to the first film. It continues to follow the character Robert Langdon.
🏃♀️ We should remind you that you can find more about Venice on the Piri Guide mobile app. Piri Guide detects your location, offers you the best travel routes, and starts telling you the hidden stories of wherever you are. All you have to do is to get your headphones or earbuds and follow the path at your own pace. Then, don’t set out for your trip before downloading the digital travel guide! 😊
Julie & Julia (2009)
“Julie & Julia” is a 2009 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Nora Ephron. The film is based on two separate memoirs: “Julie & Julia” by Julie Powell and “My Life in France” by Julia Child with Alex Prud’homme. It intertwines the lives of two women from different eras who share a passion for cooking.
Midnight in Paris (2011)
“Midnight in Paris” is a romantic comedy-fantasy film by Woody Allen. The story follows Gil Pender, a writer who is disillusioned with his present life and longs for the romanticized past of 1920s Paris. While on a trip to the city with his fiancée and her parents, Gil is magically transported to the 1920s at midnight. There, he encounters famous historical figures like Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Stein, and Picasso. It leads him on a journey of self-discovery and adventure.