The Last Time I Saw Paris

The Last Time I Saw Paris

DVD - 2006
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Reporter Charles Wills (Johnson) falls in love and marries the gorgeous Helen Elsworth (Taylor). He supports her with a low paying job, devoting his evenings to writing a novel. After numerous rejections, he gives up writing, quits his job and lives off investments. The marriage falters when he enters into self-destructive behavior that is halted by a devastating tragedy.


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Feb 04, 2012

The library copy of this DVD is a bootleg, not something sanctioned and produced by MGM or any other studio; the transfer is terrible -- it looks like an old VHS tape. What is supposed to be Technicolor is completely drained, and the typography of the opening credits is blurry. I have no idea is this is a good film or not; the amateurish DVD quality makes the movie unwatchable. Perhaps the library's buyers were duped -- I cannot believe they would spend taxpayers' money on this.

Veepea Sep 29, 2011

I did not enjoy this movie. It is about selfish, immature people who don't communicate well, and that is not what I look for in a good movie. If you like human drama and angst, you will probably enjoy this movie much more than I did.


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