Midnight In Paris

Midnight In Paris
Midnight In Paris

Year

2011

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Woody Allen is mostly known as a prolific director of talky relationship comedies, but every now and again he makes a whimsical fantasy like The Purple Rose of Cairo. Owen Wilson plays Gil, an American tourist in Paris with a relationship that’s on the rocks. One night he decides to take a lonely wander and stumbles across a port hole that leads to 1920s Paris - a glamorous time populated by many of his favourite artists. But is it a better time to be alive than his own? There's lots of fun to be had in this movie as well as some interesting musings on nostalgia.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate sex references.

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