In this month's issue, we are thrilled to bring together essays that touch on themes of love, loss, self-discovery, intrigue, films, food and finding where you're supposed to be.
If anything, Charade is a screwball thriller—and surely the best movie that Howard Hawks never made.
Casablanca hinges and cracks opens on a quiet montage of two lovers wooing one another in Paris before the story even began.
Coincidence works a fractured path through Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Blue.
The ghosts of film past are everywhere in Paris, I imagine, and I want to hunt them down.
Reality and fantasy meld together, and within this winsome technicolor amalgamation, adult Amélie exists.
On Ratatouille, working in the service industry, and defining your own limits.
Before Sunset reveals the sobering knowledge of our 30’s: that special connections happen only a handful of times.
Un vie de chat is set above and below the zinc-covered rooftops of Paris and shown predominantly from the perspective of Dino, a rambunctious black cat.
On The Razor's Edge and choosing the city where you belong.