10 movies about Paris

There are plenty of movies that take place in Paris…well, could it be because the Ville Lumière is the most beautiful city in the world?! :) We decided to select 10 among our many favorite ones, some iconic, other famous and others not so much but that left us with a special feel of the French capital.
Get charmed by the fairytale works of  Amélie, get carried away in a three-dimensional Paris with the mouse Ratatouille, go back to 1968’s youth riots with Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers and shed a few tears with Funny Face… What will you watch tonight? Now it’s all up to you! Bisous

Midnight in Paris, 2011

Amélie, 2001

The Da Vinci Code, 2006

Love Songs, 2007

The Dreamers, 2009

La Haine, 1995

The Triplets of Belleville, 2003

Funny Face, 1957

La Boum, 1980 

Ratatouille, 2007

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Gregorio Capineri Tosetti

19 Responses to 10 movies about Paris

  1. Chiara Lia says:


  2. Florence says:

    Great post chiara!!!

    missing a movie

    La vie d’adele

  3. Andrea says:

    good movie with Paris is too Basquiat

  4. Andrea says:

    Good movie with Paris is too Basquiat..

  5. I would also add 2 Days In Paris, it’s pretty funny and it has a very realistic portrayal of relationships.

  6. Un ratito para mi says:

    My favourite one is Amelie

  7. Antony. says:

    Loved Amelie, The Dreamers and Love Songs.

  8. Carmela says:

    Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain, un film incroyable! Bobo conceptuel ;-)

  9. Elizabeth T. says:

    I actually really enjoyed Amelie <3 It was a pretty fun watch :) Thanks for sharing this fun little post!

    XO, Elizabeth

  10. Sofia Leo says:

    Angel A! One of my favorite movies and set in one of my favorite cities!

  11. Kari says:

    Midnight in Paris, Funny Face, and Amelie are totally some of my favorite movies!

  12. Alyssa says:

    Love the movie Funny Face and Midnight and Paris. Such great picks. xx

  13. Ev says:

    Great post! :)

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