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Reflet Médicis - Salle Louis-Jouvet

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Reflets Medicis
Jessica Orchard Reflets Medicis

Time Out says

Before becoming a cinema, Le Reflet Médicis was a quality theatre, where giants like Gérard Phillippe and Maria Casarès made their débuts. But despite its promising billings, the Théâtre des Noctambules, as was, became the Reflet in 1964, with three screens on a narrow dark street ideal for watching classic cinema. Apart from world cinema screenings in the original languages, the Reflet also organises debates and meetings with film crews, often from films on national release. Also worth looking out for are the retrospectives of great directors like Renoir, Cukor and Buñuel.



Address: 3/7, rue Champollion
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