The film is silly—a pointless exercise and a wasted opportunity for both filmmaker and subject, who one presumes set out to give some context and relevance to the tabloid star. But it reveals nothing, except what we already know: that Paris gets in and out of a lot of cars usually while talking on the cell phone. Visually, the film even looks as if it was shot on a cell phone
On a more positive note, Paris, Not France has a running time of one hour and eight minutes, though for this magazine editor, that was about 68 minutes too long.
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