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Paris, amongst so many other things, is known for its great pastry shops, called “Pâtisserie”. French people take the business of making bread and desert very seriously and, to became a baker chef (called “Boulanger”) or pastry chef (called “Pâtissier), it’s required a great deal of hard study and practice. Anyone who ever cooked anything sweet in their life, knows how hard it is to work with sugar, so the pâtissier (or pâtissière, if it’s a woman) is a very well respected professional inside any French kitchen. I found this beautiful film (made by the Louis Vitton City Guide team)…

Jules Dassin was an American movie director and one of those artists that were forced to leave the U.S. because he was listed on the horrible Hollywood Blacklist created in the 50’s. In 1960, he wrote and directed the movie “Never on Sunday” and the theme song of the movie, originally sang in Greek, became a great hit worldwide after winning an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1960. After that, the song was covered in English (by great girls like Petula Clark and The Chordettes), Italian, Spanish, Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, German, Dutch and even Mandarin. The French version…