Once in Paris
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Once in Paris
Playwright Frank D. Gilroy wrote and directed this subtle, down-to-earth and autobiographical depiction of an American screenwriter in Paris who befriends his chauffeur and has an affair with a British aristocrat. Wayne Rogers is Michael Moore, an American scenario writer who has traveled to Paris for the first time in his life in order to serve as a script doctor on a troubled film script. Upon arriving at the airport, he's met by his driver Jean-Paul Barbet (Jack Lenoir Gilroy's real-life chauffeur), who has served time in prison for manslaughter. Michael is assured that his… More