Though ‘This Is Paris’ predictably details the non-stop life of the businesswoman-model-socialite-DJ, the documentary also explains why you shouldn’t judge a book by its diamond-studded cover
When Paris Hilton announced earlier this year that her documentary would be heading to Tribeca Film Festival, I was interested in what piqued the curiosity of a serious festival circuit. Then headlines surfaced of This Is Paris being an eye-opener into the abuse the multi-millionaire faced from her childhood.
This is not Paris’ first self-produced documentary; Paris, Not France from 2008 broke down her early relationship with the media during her club-hopping days, but clearly, there was an agenda there. This Is Paris still addresses that, but only to a degree.
What would any film about Paris Hilton be without displays of sprawling mansions, haute couture, private jets and the…