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'Dilili in Paris' trivia and fun facts

Paris's Photographs The sets of the film are composed of reworked photographs of real Parisian places. Michel Ocelot has been tracking for 4 years during which he took pictures of the capital very early to have an almost empty city, which allowed to limit the number of items to disappear later in the photo.
Access to private places Michel Ocelot had access, to his great surprise, to private buildings, museums and public places. He was able to visit the Sewers of Paris, the Orsay Museum, the Museum of the School of Nancy, the Carnavalet Museum, the Rodin Museums, the Quai Branly Museum, the Marmottan-Monet Museum and the Opera House. from Paris.
Belle Époque The script contains many allusions to celebrities, but also to the everyday realities of Belle Époque Paris.