it's still 99 cents on Amazon for two more days!). Some aren't set in Paris, but the choices at the library were kind of limited. Most had adult content of some kind, so if that's of concern for you, I can't recommend any of these, except my all-time favorite movie set in Paris, Gigi, a delightful 1958 musical starring Leslie Caron. (Though even in that, there is some innuendo and such, as her family were courtesans.)
I also watched: Amelie (2001), The Hedgehog (2009), Romantics Anonymous (2010), Paris, I Love You (2006). Amelie and Romantics Anonymous both have their moments, but overall, didn't stay with me as memorable. The Hedgehog is a drama, and is touching and well-done, but, ultimately, sad, at least for me. Paris, I Love You, seemed an odd mish-mash of vignettes, and the only one I enjoyed wholly was the one with Rufus Sewell. :)
Gigi still comes out on top for me. Do you have any favorite movies set in Paris?
I have no idea what I'll be posting about next week, but I'm excited for February, as it'll be Firth February and I'll be posting all things Colin Firth and Darcy next month! Only two more weeks--if you have any favorite Firth movies I should watch, please let me know!