The film consists of 18 segments based on the 20 sections or arrondissements of Paris (2 were cut and still seem to be missing from the final collection), as seen through the eyes of a ton of great and varied directors from Wes Craven to Isabel Coixet. Once you top that with actors who range from Juliette Binoche to Elijah Wood, it's hard to go wrong. Just as James Rocchi described in his review, the trailer opens with the Eiffel Tower at night, with bursts of fireworks. From there, it's a mixture of different types of people, moods and visual styles that already give it more depth than the usual love fare. There's laughter, anger, dancing and just to keep things interesting, vampires and mimes. Shall we take a stab at who included blood suckers? All of the different aspects of romance seem to present themselves, without that cheek-pinching, overwhelming sugar. Perhaps this is a theme. If this is half as good as Before Sunset, then maybe we should demand more romance from Paris.
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