WATCH: The Coen Brother’s Short Film: Tuileries (Paris, je t’aime)
Part of the feature film Paris, je t’aime, Joel and Ethan Coen created a wonderful addition to the anthology film called Tuileries. The film stars Steve Buscemi and is about a man that breaks the unspoken Parisian rule of not making eye contact with other people in the subway. What happens is classic Coen Brothers. Enjoy!
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