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At this historical movie theater in Montmartre, there are many treasures like the remarkable chandelier imagined by Jean Cocteau and a courtyard fresco that celebrates French cinema. It is also well known for being the theater where Audrey Tautou sees a film in Amélie. If you don’t speak French, this theater collaborates with a group called Lost in Frenchlation that arranges French movies with English subtitles. The bimonthly screenings are always preceded by cocktails in the lounge.
Historic movie theater from the 1920s. International movies with French subtitles.
The oldest cinema of the neighborhood with a very good selection of movies in Original Version.
Tiny and lovely little cinéma in the Rue Tholozé, that you come up to go to the top of Montmartre. The lamps in the projection room where designed by Jean Cocteau. Don't miss it while it still exists !
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