Bad Bixa, who doesn't remember to open up all the boards all the time. I'm only now seeing the most recent additions in this thread, the ones from September.
Everyone else has already said what I would have said about the tourist video from #11. Since I watched the alternate in #27 before I watched the glitzy one, the main thing that stood out is how the crass #11 version has nothing of real love for the city in it, which #27 has to cheerfully share.
The oldest footage video in #22 is fascinating. The segment that starts with the two men waving and that then fans the old over the new view of the bridge is the most affecting.
I liked the video in post #27 so much that I even viewed it a second time on my desktop, a computer I rarely use, just to be able to see it on a larger screen. Watching the video made me want to see longer views of various scenes.
India has fallen in love with France over the past several years, and one of their major movies was filmed entirely in France last year, mostly in Paris.
The couple spends plenty of time in the Buttes Chaumont, on the roof of the Palais Garnier (doesn't everybody?) and at the Pont Alexandre III. From what I can see, it looks like the plot is inspired by the 2003 French film Jeux d'Enfants (English title: Love Me if You Dare) starring Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet.