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Just the name of this glorious city is eponymous with viticulture, and if you're an aficionado you're almost duty-bound to come to the home of wine. You don't need to be told that there's a world of prestigious châteaux and smaller wineries to locate and visit.

Located on the Atlantic Coast on the Bay of Biscay in southwestern France, the city of Biarritz is famous for many things that visitors will find enjoyable. Its old-fashioned houses and high-class villas that dazzle with art deco and beautiful époque details have kept their glamour for centuries. Biarritz is mostly famous for its beaches, surf,...

The Concorde


Concorde, the first supersonic passenger-carrying commercial airplane (or supersonic transport, SST), was built jointly by aircraft manufacturers in Great Britain and France. The Concorde made its first transatlantic crossing on September 26, 1973, and linked Paris to New York in 3h30. Have a look at the history of this fascinating plane.

Raf and Julie, a couple close to breaking up, find themselves in an emergency department close to asphyxiation the evening of a Parisian demonstration of the Yellow Jackets. Their meeting with Yann, a wounded and angry demonstrator, will shatter everyone's certainties and prejudices. Outside, the tension is mounting. The hospital, under pressure,...

When John Maloof bought a box of old photos during auctions in Chicago, he didn't know his life will change. Thanks to his work, the world discovered the work of a talented Photographer: Vivian Maier. She has a sense of urban poetry, tenderness, and kindness, which mesmerizes the audience and the artistic institutions around the world. More than...

Alex and Noémie, in their thirties, would like to have a child. But their plans are turned upside down when Alex's mother, Suzanne, starts doing crazy stuff. It's because she has contracted 'semantic dementia', a fatal neurodegenerative disease that affects her behavior. She spends lavishly, pays nightly visits to her neighbors to eat sandwiches,...

Marcel Marceau


His "art of silence" filled a remarkable acting career that lasted over 60 years. He was an actor, director, teacher, interpreter, and public figure, and made extensive tours in countries on five continents. Marcel Marceau was so the legendary mime, who survived the Nazi occupation, and saved many children in WWII. He was regarded for his peerless...

Piscine Molitor was an iconic luxury swimming pool and hotel complex that opened in Paris Region in 1929. This Art Deco splendor was closed in 1989 before to reopen in 2014.

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