Paris Is Us

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Paris Is Us
Directed byElisabeth Vogler
Written by
  • Rémi Bassaler
  • Paul Saïsset
  • Souliman Schelfout
  • Elisabeth Vogler
Distributed byNetflix
Release date
  • 22 February 2019 (2019-02-22) (Worldwide)
Running time
83 minutes

Paris Is Us (French: Paris est à nous) is a 2019 French drama feature film directed by Elisabeth Vogler.


The movie reviews the thoughts of Anna and her relationship with Greg in Paris. After some years of dating Greg has plans to go to Barcelona to work as an air traffic controller. He is unhappy with Anna's lack of ambition while she is satisfied with her job as a waitress in Paris. Greg wants Anna to come with him to Barcelona but she initially refuses. One day a plane en route to Barcelona crashes and Anna wonders what if she would've been on that plane on her way to visit Greg? Maybe she was. Did terrorism take down the plane and change lives and relationships of so many? What is real and what if life's being controlled by an outside force? Are feelings like love real or only an image on a screen? Is Anna alone or did she have a loving caring relationship with Greg? Let it all be like it was before if it really was lived.


  • Noémie Schmidt as Anna
  • Grégoire Isvarine as Greg
  • Marie Mottet
  • Lou Castel
  • Alexandre Schreiber
  • Margaux Bonin
  • Julia Kouakou
  • Mathias Minne
  • Clément Olivieri
  • Theo Tagand


The film was funded through Kickstarter, before it was picked up by Netflix[1].


The film was released by Netflix internationally on 22 February 2019.[2]


On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 50%, based on 6 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10.[3]


  1. ^ "From No Budget to Netflix: How 'Paris Est Une Fête' Captured (and Captivated) a City".
  2. ^ "Paris est à Nous". Netflix Media Center. Retrieved 2019-01-20.
  3. ^ Paris Is Us (2019), retrieved 2019-03-03

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