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Paris BluesThe film sets in a city where is heaven for the black to escape the racism. Ram Bowen is black musician takes part in a jazz group with a white musician. One day, They fall in love with two beautiful tourists who have a holiday in the city.Keywords:
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Directors of "Paris Blues"Martin RittBirthdate: 2 March 1914, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Paris Blues"Jack SherBirthdate: 16 March 1913, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAIrene KampBirthdate: 28 October 1910, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Paris Blues"The New RepublicJanuary 27, 2016
Four writers have adapted Harold Flender's novel, whose sole asset was the idea they have minimized ...TIME MagazineFebruary 09, 2009
All it lacks is something to pull these parts into a sensible whole.VarietyJanuary 07, 2008
Within its snappy, flashy veneer is an undernourished romantic drama of a rather traditional screen school.ArtforumJuly 31, 2014
Despite how square this movie about hepcats seems -- if only from the admittedly unfair vantage point of more than five decades on -- expressions of raw emotion stir Paris Blues to life.ColeSmithey.comMay 06, 2009
Louis Armstrong lends his legendary horn to great effect in a musical sequence in this classic gem of a movie.EmanuelLevy.ComApril 04, 2009
A low key, plotless but charming film that benefits from its appealing cast, Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Sidney Poitier and Diahann Carroll, on location shooting in Paris, and Oscar-nominated jazz music from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.OregonianMarch 27, 2009
Newman is terrific in the picture, running both hot and cool, but he's upstaged by Woodward, who delivers stunning and surprising emotion in the final scenes. It's really worth seeing.TV GuideJanuary 07, 2008
The story is slim but the jazz is great.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsDecember 20, 2005
The jazz is hot, the romance is not so hot.
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