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Paris, France is a Canadian drama film. Released in 1993, the film was directed by Jerry Ciccoritti and written by Tom Walmsley.

An erotic comedy-drama, the film stars Leslie Hope as Lucy, a frustrated writer exploring whether a weekend of sexual passion with Sloan (Peter Outerbridge), a bisexual poet, can liberate her from writer's block.

The cast also includes Victor Ertmanis as Lucy's husband Michael, a publisher who is convinced that he has only three days left to live, Dan Lett as Sloan's lover William, and Raoul Trujillo as Lucy's deceased former lover Minter, seen only in flashbacks.




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