Paris is Us takes us on a journey that feels like a surreal dreamscape about love, Paris and death. This is a strange situation where I myself am not actually sure of anything this film is about and yet from the get go it entirely captivated me with its beautiful cinematography which feels very much like a Malick/Lubezki style, as well as the reserved but effective score / soundtrack.
Noémie Schmidt gives a performance with great depth here with her being on screen almost 100% of the runtime, Elisabeth Vogler shows a huge amount of promise here as Director, Writer and Cinematographer.
Paris is Us seems to have flown under the radar in the lead up to it’s release on Netflix but I hope that many get to lay eyes on this beautiful strange beast upon its release this Friday 22nd of Feb.
Thanks to Netflix Australia for providing the screener for this review, always a pleasure working with you!