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Reel begins - Press Conference 1980s Paris
Wide shot of a busy corner in Paris. Beautiful curved, ornate historic building on corner, traffic going by, busses, mopeds,
Cutaway to front entrance of building with awning, woman shopper coming out. Z'in to 'Christian Dior' written in gold letters above the front door. Well-dressed women seen entering and exiting the store.
Cutaway to CU of Paris street sign "8e. Arr. Avenue Montaigne
WS from across street of the magnificent Hotel De Crillon in Paris. Looks like a historic government building. CU on hotel sign - Hotel De Crillon
Press conference - blonde woman and man with beard seated on a dais with mics and speaking french at press conference.
Side shot of photographer taking photos and TV camera
WS press conference room, the same man and woman speaking to the press in French, seated audience looking on - POV from back of room.
People in audience with notepads on their laps. Several TV cameras pointed at speakers (unseen).
Two elaborate crystal chandeliers
Press conference continues - French man speaking to the media (unseen). WS of the two speakers, female answers questions posed by unseen media.
Seated audience POV side of room. Most folk with notepads int heir laps.
CU hand writing notes in spiral notebook.
POV from behind speakers at table facing the audience.
CU Photographer taking photos
Tilt up on bearded Frenchman at press conference table, mics pointed at him and flowers in fgd. CU on same man as he answers questions from media.
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