2006

Place des Victoires

Paris,
Je t'Aime

A film by Nobuhiro Suwa

It seems God wants me to suffer and mourn here on earth…

 

Through the neighbourhoods of Paris, love is veiled, revealed, imitated, sucked dry, reinvented and awakened. Eighteen internationally renowned directors rediscover the city of Paris in Paris, je t’aime, a collective work about love that appeared in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

 

Japanese director Nobuhiro Suwa helms this poignant and heart-rending short, which represents his contribution to Paris, je t'aime.

 

Suzanne (Juliette Binoche), devastated by the death of her young son, wanders the streets of Paris at night. One night she meets a strange cowboy on horseback (Willem Dafoe). He takes her to the son she has lost for one last moment. Their reunion is brief but intense... Perhaps Suzanne can now find the strength to begin rebuilding her life.

un certain regard

cannes Film Festival
2006

Official Selection

Toronto Film Festival
2006

Suzanne

Juliette Binoche

Her husband

Hippolyte Girardot

Willem Dafoe

The Cowboy

– Trailers –

International  trailer

 

French teaser

 

French trailer

 

US trailer

 

German trailer

 

– Posters –

 

– Stills –

 

– Select scene –

"It seems God wants me to suffer"

 

– From the archive –

Juliette Binoche talks about Paris, je t'Aime at the
2006 Cannes Film Festival

 

The making of Place de Victoires

 

– Soundtrack –
Paris, je t'aime

"We're all in the Dance" by Feist

"Paris, je t'aime" by Elizabeth Anais

 

– Documents –
Paris, je t'aime

Press kit
PDF - French
2006
3.3mb

 

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