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Legendary Sin Cities: Paris

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by herick.moniz@radio-canada.ca  uploaded 5 years ago
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The "naughty capital's" crazy years of the 1920s are highlighted as Parisians rippped off the sufferings of the Great War and threw one long, passionate party. Their disregard for social constraints attracted edgy, artistic bonvivants such as Salvador Dali, Gertrude Stein, Josephine Baker and DH Lawrence. Innovators from art, music and literature congregated there and played out their eccentricities. With its heady mixture of drugs, S&M clubs and inter-racial couplings, Paris exuded the ultimate in avant-garde. Discover how this city came to have the greatest concentration of creative geniuses the world has ever known.</br></br> Buy this program individually or as part of the three-part series, Legendary Sin Cities.
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