This merry farce depicts a satirical view of the French society: Ten-year-old Zazie has to stay two days with her relatives in Paris, so that her mother can spend some time with her lover. However Zazie escapes her uncle's custody and sets out to explore Paris on her own. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
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Did You Know?
In the scene where the characters are looking down from the balcony at the cab driver and the waitress embracing, after the line: 'Okay, hurry up', there is an overhead shot of a man eating at a table. Next to him, there is an issue of the October 1959 issue of Mad Magazine. See more
When the policeman is harassing the sexy blonde lady with the blue dress, the crew is visible on the windows of one of the cars passing by. See more
When's the strike over?
Dunno. I don't do politics.
It ain't politics. It's about bucks.
Mister, you ever go on strike?
Gotta, to get fares hiked.
[Referring to Charlie's taxi
You oughta pay people to ride in this stinking crate!
Edited into The Clock