Rewatched Jun 09, 2012
Ryan McNeil’s review:
"MIDNIGHT IN PARIS is primarily about the spark of creativity. For the romantics out there, illumination can come from so much and so little. An ordinary person could be riding on a train and just see it as a means to an end – but were a poet or a songwriter riding on that very same train, they might see genuine art in the moment, and find a way to express it. The trouble is, to those who don’t look at the world that way, it could seem like the artist is trying to pull expression from where there is none. For them, being witness to that isn’t always moving; sometimes it’s just dull..."
Full review @ www.thematinee.ca/midnightinparis/