**WORLD PREMIERE** The Paris Films: “J’Eat Paris” & “David Lebovitz in Paris”

It is with great honor and self-aggrandizement that I present to you two of the greatest films to hit the internet since Pamela Anderson uttered the words, “Tommy Lee, I do.”

Dragging a video camera through Paris takes work and effort, and here is the product of that work and effort. The first film–“J’Eat Paris”–stars John (on the right), his brother Chris, and myself as we eat our way across Paris.

The second film features the renowned David Lebovitz as he treats us to one of his much sought-after chocolate tours, but starting with a tour of his favorite Paris market. The man is a consummate professional.

David expressed concern over my choice of music, but I think I handled that issue nicely. These films, if not future Oscar winners, will certainly survive as my own special, personal souvenirs from a fantastic trip. Hope you enjoy them too.

13 comments

  1. yay! i loved both films, but i very much preferred the music in the first one. funny stuff…. thanks for the vicarious trip to paris!

  2. The music of David’s film makes it a bit difficult to understand everything he says but it was still a great film. Thanks Adam, I’ll bet it was amazing to hang out with David Lebovitz.

  3. Compliments to the videographer! Very fun to watch. Was some of the music you used from Amelie? It sounded familiar.

  4. yay for amelie music! and the hip hop! and the first stuff! but i have to tell you that amelie and chocolate have a lot of dominance in mylfie so i really appreciated the mix.

  5. yay for amelie music! and the hip hop! and the first stuff! but i have to tell you that amelie and chocolate have a lot of dominance in mylife so i really appreciated the mix.

  6. Hi Adam, Looks like I missed you by a few days- it would have been great to meet you while holidaying in Paris. It’s a pity that you didn’t enjoy L’Atelier cos we had a great meal there. Catch you some other time!

  7. I came across your blog through Ruth. Love your writing and your pics and always love a fellow foodie.

    Happy New Year. Sounds like a wonderful trip to Paris. Were the felafel good?

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