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After receiving a troubling letter from her 88-year-old Aunt Martha (Riva), Canadian librarian Fiona (Gordon) flies to France only to discover her missing. What ensues is the
haplessly dorky Fiona traipsing around Paris where she encounters Dom (Abel), a wonderfully unperturbed homeless man. Full of sight gags, brilliantly timed pranks and pratfalls, it is a film that inhabits the Paris of Amélie and emulates the physical comedy of Buster Keaton.

Don’t miss a special preview screening of Lost in Paris on Wed 29 Nov.

“Gordon and Abel have created a refreshing whimsical comedy that theaters have been starved of for far too long” Indiewire

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