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New York City’s Legendary Paris Theater Reopens: What Film Lovers Can Expect

The first movie I ever saw at The Paris Theater was the French romantic comedy Get Out Your Handkerchiefs. I was in my first year at college, in 1979, becoming a cinephile, spending all my free time going to see movies at repertory theaters and arthouses.  Ever since opening in New York City in 1948, The Paris has been a premier venue for the best films from around the world. It’s revered for playing foreign language and acclaimed independent films, and has allowed New Yorkers and visit…

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