Kisses from Paris: Two Young Lovers Kiss Their Way Around Paris

Kisses from Paris: Two Young Lovers Kiss Their Way Around Paris

Kisses from Paris is a dreamily sexy three-minute short film by the French filmmaker Yvan Attal, a tribute to Paris, its young lovers and its street life.  The film’s a journey off the beaten track, taking in sights tourists tend to miss: there’s a rock concert in the Château de Vincennes, as well as footage shot around the Bibliothèque Nationale, the Palais du Tokyo and the flea market at Saint Ouen.

It shows the multi-cultural side of Paris, its art and music scenes, and the actors are young, beautiful and appealingly scruffy.  They meet, fall for each other, and spend the day wandering around with their hormones raging, while Rufus Wainwright sings a melancholy tune in the background.  “I don’t want to leave Paris,” moans the young woman in between passionate kisses.

Kisses from Paris: Two Young Lovers Kiss Their Way Around Paris

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Sign Language: The Static Outdoor Information Technician

Sign Language: The Static Outdoor Information Technician

Sign Language is a bittersweet tearjerker, a delightful four-minute short film by the young English filmmaker Oscar Sharp, which is currently nominated for best short in the Reed “Wonderful Workplace” Film Contest.  “My workplace is wonderful, and I want to share it,” are the opening words of Ben, a man who holds a sign for a living, and loves his job more than almost anything.  But today, sadly, is his very last day.

Sign Language: The Static Outdoor Information Technician

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