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“Creepy” Antique Shopping in Paris

Posted on 10/29/2019 12:00:00 AM in What We're Watching

A note from independent filmmaker David Conover on why he chose this film:

Join Parisian tattoo artist Laura Satana on a tour of her wild and creepy teenage stomping grounds, the Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen. As the largest second-hand market in the world, Laura frequents the market to peruse Baroque-inspired shops for tattoo inspirations. After an evening drink at a cozy bar, you are invited along with DJ and soundtrack designer Mimi Xu to engage the music currently shaping Paris’s nightlife. After this whirlwind of rum bars and markets, you’ll feel like a real Parisian. As Mimi says, “The difference between partying in Paris and in other cities is that you don’t get stuck in one place... You go to five parties!”

Courtesy of CNN

About David Conover:

David Conover, a long-term partner of O.A.T. and Grand Circle, is an award-winning filmmaker and conservationist whose work has appeared on Discovery Channel, PBS, and National Geographic Explorer. He is the founder of Compass Light Productions and the nonprofit Conservation Media Group, and was recently the Coastal Studies Scholar at Bowdoin College. Learn more about David here.

Check out the eccentric antique shops of Paris when you travel with O.A.T. during our French Impressions: From the Loire Valley to Lyon & Paris adventure.

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