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A very charming film, mostly about the architecture of Paris. You also have a lot of interactive stuff to play with before or after seeing the film. We went here very first thing in Paris, and it was well worth it - we were really well informed about the sites we visited later.
Fantastic way of understanding the history of paris this 50mins of film is ideal for someone who wants a brief history of paris and do not like reading. It gives you an idea of where you must go without being too long .Ideal for any wife who who dont listen
Recommended as a good overview of the history of Paris. Just the right length.
We did this the day after we arrived in Paris, to give us an overview of Paris history. It was informative and enriched our overall experience.
We saw this on our first day in Paris. It was good to get the history before we did Paris by foot. The venue has a miniture model of Paris, great to get your bearings of the city.
It was a neat video history of Paris. However, much like everything else in Paris, its overpriced.
This is a movie about Paris. It is a good movie to learn about Paris history. If you don't know French, you can use a headset to listen to the movie in other languages. (i.e. English, Italian, Japanese, etc.)
head sets very poor quality...sound low, overheard the French in the theater. Would have really enjoyed otherwise, staff was nice.
The intention of showing the history of Paris is good although it is spoilt by impossibility of hearing a commentary in English through the headphones because of a very loud French commentary from the loud speakers. Although we were the only visitors there the owner did not turn down the commentary in French and as the result we did not hear properly and in full a commentary in English. I left with the feeling of wasting our time there.
I would have preferred to have heard more about history and less on architecture, It is comfortable.