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πŸ”— Paris syndrome

πŸ”— France πŸ”— France/Paris πŸ”— Psychology πŸ”— Travel and Tourism

Paris syndrome (French: syndrome de Paris, Japanese: パγƒͺη—‡ε€™ηΎ€, pari shōkōgun) is a condition exhibited by some individuals when visiting or going on vacation to Paris, as a result of extreme shock at discovering that Paris is different from their expectations. The syndrome is characterized by a number of psychiatric symptoms such as acute delusional states, hallucinations, feelings of persecution (perceptions of being a victim of prejudice, aggression, or hostility from others), derealization, depersonalization, anxiety, and also psychosomatic manifestations such as dizziness, tachycardia, sweating, and others, such as vomiting. Similar syndromes include Jerusalem syndrome and Stendhal syndrome. The condition is commonly viewed as a severe form of culture shock. It is particularly noted among Japanese travellers. It is not listed as a recognised condition in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

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πŸ”— 100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See

πŸ”— Film πŸ”— France πŸ”— France/Paris πŸ”— Film/French cinema

100 Years is an upcoming science fiction film written by John Malkovich and directed by Robert Rodriguez. Advertised in 2015 with the tagline "The Movie You Will Never See", it is due to be released on November 18, 2115. The 100 year span matches the time it takes for a bottle of Louis XIII Cognac to be properly aged before its release to consumers. The film stars an international ensemble, with American actor John Malkovich, Taiwanese actress Shuya Chang, and Chilean actor Marko Zaror.

100 Years will apparently be a short film, Rodriguez having stated in a 2019 interview with French YouTuber InThePanda: "I was making several short films for them, and I finished that one first, we shot that one first, I thought that was gonna be a commercial or something. And then I showed them the movie and they said 'Yeah, that's great, that's great. That's the one we lock away.' And I said 'What? That's the one you lock away? What about the other one with the future--' 'No, that's the commercial.' [...] The one that I was most attached to was the one they locked away."

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πŸ”— For Edward Snowden: How to live in an airport

πŸ”— Biography πŸ”— Aviation πŸ”— France πŸ”— France/Paris πŸ”— Iran πŸ”— Aviation/airport project

Mehran Karimi Nasseri (Persian: Ω…Ω‡Ψ±Ψ§Ω† Ϊ©Ψ±ΫŒΩ…ΫŒ Ω†Ψ§Ψ΅Ψ±ΫŒβ€Ž pronounced [mehˈrΙ’n kΓ¦riˈmi nΙ’seˈri]; born 1946), also known as Sir Alfred Mehran, is an Iranian refugee who lived in the departure lounge of Terminal One in Charles de Gaulle Airport from 26 August 1988 until July 2006, when he was hospitalized. His autobiography was published as a book, The Terminal Man, in 2004. His story was the inspiration for the 2004 Steven Spielberg film The Terminal.

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