Paris Was a Woman Trailer

Paris Was a Woman Trailer (1996)

19 February 1996 Factual, Foreign 75 mins

Women (many of them lesbian) artists, writers, photographers, designers, and adventurers settled in Paris between the wars. They embraced France, some developed an ex-pat culture, and most cherished a way of life quite different than the one left behind.

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International Releases Dates

Germany 19 February 1996

United States 08 November 1996

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