This acclaimed documentary from Chris Marker is a cinéma-vérité look at Paris and its constituents during the summer of 1962. Capturing an important point in history, the filmmaker questions Parisians about the Algerian War, leading to a mix of candid and philosophical responses that touch on rioting, politics, and living in the City of Lights. Narrated by Yves Montand (on the French soundtrack) and Simone Signoret (on the English). Two-disc special edition comes packaged with a 24-page booklet. 145 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: French, English; Subtitles: English; bonus shorts "Exercise in Direct Cinema" (1962), "Playtime in Paris" (1962), and "A Distant Gaze" (1964); deleted scenes. In French with English subtitles/Dubbed in English.