The 14th district of Paris was the cradle of "The Lost Generation". The post war, often expatriate artists and thinkers like Stein, Hemingway, Modigliani, Sartre and many more lived there and played at legendary places like La Coupole. Today the 14th is mostly associated with La Tour Montparnasse, Parc Montsouris, or the Gare Montparnasse. Far less exciting then its WWI and WWII golden days. BUT, this vignette from Paris Je T'Aime by Alexander Payne always brings a smile to my face. It is probably the most touching piece in the anthology, and though it is far less about the 14th and much more about Carol, I think it is indispensable for any Paris lover to see it!