A Story In Paris

A Story In Paris

The film “A Story In Paris” is a haunting exploration of a severe delusional disorder and the psychological effects of stalking. It’s a chilling reminder of the dangers that lurk beneath the surface of seemingly normal lives.


Production title: “A Story In Paris”

Writer/Director/Producer: Hugo Lunny

Genre: Drama

Format: Feature film

Synopsis: Thomas Girard, a Parisian stalker with severe delusional disorder, obsessively snaps photos of his targets with his phone, believing he can trap their souls.

His victims, once confident and carefree, become increasingly paranoid and anxious, their lives overshadowed by constant fear. They struggle to maintain their daily routines, always looking over their shoulders.

As Girard’s behavior escalates, his victims band together, working with the police to gather evidence and bring him to justice. Despite their efforts, the psychological damage lingers, leaving lasting scars as they try to move on from the trauma.

Logline: An introvert’s obsession with stalking and discreetly photographing unsuspecting victims leads to a terrifying psychological game.

Tagline: His camera is his weapon, and their images his prey.


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Monsieur Girard, a man of quiet resolve, resides in the historic neighborhood of Saint-Lazare in Paris’ 8th arrondissement. Once a sanctuary for lepers, Saint-Lazare’s hospital has metamorphosed into an opulent hotel and shopping haven.

Yet, beneath Paris, far from this transformation, lie the catacombs in the 14th arrondissement—a stark contrast. These catacombs, mass burial sites of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, hold a grim yet fascinating history.

A Story in Paris, a masterstroke by French Broken English Films productions, bridges these two locales. Overcrowded cemeteries like Saint-Innocents once threatened public health, prompting a mass relocation of remains to the city’s abandoned quarries. Bones from Saint-Lazare, too, were transferred to these subterranean chambers. The hospital even served as a temporary ossuary before the bones found their final resting place in the catacombs. Today, visitors to the catacombs can trace the origins of these bones, with inscriptions marking the journey from Saint-Lazare to their current eerie repose.

Driven by a deep curiosity, Monsieur Girard navigates these intertwined histories, uncovering layers of Parisian legacy buried beneath its modern facade.


For more information about “A Story In Paris” check out Broken English Books’ behind the screenplay.



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