Paris on Film - Lonely Planet, Episode 9
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Cinema was born in the French capital when Auguste and LouisLumière screened their first short film here in 1895. The city feels like one giant, ageless movie set, its doors permanently open: the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame are silver-screen stars as surely as Gérard Depardieu or Catherine Deneuve. Follow in the footsteps of giants with our tour of film locations haunted by Paris's silver-screen residents and visitors, from Amélie to 007.
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