Du Cote de la cote (The Riveria: Today's Eden)
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Du Cote de la cote (The Riveria: Today's Eden)
Tongue-in-cheek look at the French Riviera, especially in summer when it overflows with tourists. Reviews its history and famous visitors; displays its faux-exotic buildings, its crowded beaches, its trees and monuments; and, pokes fun at the colors women wear and the vagaries of fashion. The film celebrates the use of "Eden" as a place name, suggesting that paradise comes to the coast after all are gone, perhaps only on a remote island beach.
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"Visual masterpiece with wonderful color."
‑ Michael E. Grost, Classic Film and Television
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