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    Paris, Not France to be released on DVD on February 9th in Canada

    Breaking News!

    Paris, Not France DVD

    Several sources have revealed that the much anticipated DVD of the Paris, Not France documentary is expected to be release next week, on February 9th in Canada. So far, I don’t know if it will be released in the US.

    You can already preorder a copy of the DVD The DVD will be in NTSC format and will be released by Mca (Universal).

    Paris, Not France was aired on MTV in Summer 2009.

    The documentary, shot in 2006 in London, New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, strips away the glamour and provides an intimate look at the real person and real life of the self-made starlet.  Featuring commentary from her family, close friends and the media, Paris shares with viewers some of her most treasured home videos from her childhood, talks candidly about her set-backs and controversies along her rise to fame, and provides viewers with a raw look at a side she has never before shared publicly.

    Often considered just a partying heiress, “Paris, Not France” shows Paris as a passionate and focused entrepreneur who travels the world to pursue her business and branding ventures. When retracing the steps during her swift climb to the A-List, Hilton recalls, “Paris the Heiress was a character I made up.”

    The film dives into the evolution of the Paris Hilton phenomenon, the ongoing love affair between Paris and the worlds media, and how it defines this moment in culture.

    “Despite all the criticism and misunderstanding of Paris, there is no doubt that she is one of the biggest and most recognizable icons of our generation,” said Adria Petty, film director and producer.

    “Paris Not France” is a documentary by Adria Petty and Executive Produced by Tom Whalley, Cary Woods and Ken Hertz.



    Comment from scot
    Time: February 5, 2010, 9:40 pm

    New music?! New music?! Haha, that’s just what I straight away think and hope for but I doubt it.

    You’re still doing good Enkil, I give you a whole lot of credit for balancing the site so well.

    Comment from admin
    Time: February 5, 2010, 10:37 pm

    Bad timing!!!!

    Comment from scot
    Time: February 6, 2010, 9:53 am

    Ahh, this is great news. I’m ordering it, I don’t even know if Canadian dvds can be played here but whatever. I will watch it somehow!

    Comment from Math M
    Time: February 6, 2010, 5:25 pm

    I most likely won’t be able to watch it. Well, I actually will be able to play it, but I can’t stand to watch a film in black and white with random colourful stripes all over the screen. Stupid format differences.

    Comment from admin
    Time: February 6, 2010, 9:30 pm

    I don’t think the movie is in black and white, just some parts. I probably won’t have time to watch it until the last week of February. Exam period depresses me!

    Comment from Math M
    Time: February 7, 2010, 8:55 pm

    No, I wouldn’t mind if the film was actually on black and white. I was actually talking about what happens if you play an NTSC disc/video on a device that works with the PAL system only. The film goes black and white and there are some irritating coloured lines all over the place. It’s really annoying to watch.

    Comment from JWB
    Time: February 8, 2010, 1:51 am

    Could someone who knows, re playing this DVD all over the world, tell us the truth? I have bought the DVD and I live in Australia! I might have too fly to Canada to watch it. It would be worth the airfare! Love you P.

    Comment from Math M
    Time: February 8, 2010, 11:32 am

    @ JWB, most DVD players tend to play both system. Mine here at least does. The problem is that I will be living in another country for the next 6 months and I don’t know if it will work there, so I guess I’ll have to wait until September.
    If your DVD player and your TV are both on the same system (i.e., if you bought both in Australia) they will most likely work. If you ever bought a video from America and it worked fine, this will work fine as well. But just to be sure, I’d advise you to check the user’s guide.

    Comment from admin
    Time: February 8, 2010, 3:27 pm

    If it doesn’t play, you can maybe give the DVD to some video shop and they’ll make you a playable DVD.

    Just to let you guys know that I’m not planning to post the entire documentary here. Maybe just a few interesting clips, but that won’t happen until late April or early May.

    Comment from JWB
    Time: February 9, 2010, 12:45 am

    Thankyou guys! Math M and admin. I have bought DVD’s from the USA. and they work OK. Amazon is now shipping the DVD. Thankyou again. JWB.

    Comment from admin
    Time: February 9, 2010, 1:46 pm

    Hrmm, my order hasn’t been shipped yet. And on the DVD’s page, it says “Temporarily out of stock,” but it didn’t say that when I purchased it!

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