Paris qui Dort

Film, Comedy

Time Out says

The first feature of director-writer-novelist-Dadaist René Clair resembles his better-known short 'Entr'acte' in its manic comic invention and its all-round energetic absurdity. It starts out with a crazed inventor perfecting a ray that suspends animation throughout Paris, and then has a great deal of fun tracing the paths of a handful of 'survivors' through the frozen city. The prolific jokes about motion and stasis are fundamentally movie concept gags, and they relate directly to contemporary avant-garde film concerns.

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Director:
René Clair
Screenwriter:
René Clair
Cast:
Charles Martinelli
Albert Préjean
Henri Rollan
Madeleine Rodrigue
Marcel Vallée

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