Synopsis by Hal Erickson
American actress Betsy Blair, who in 1955 scored a significant success as Ernest Borgnine's vis-a-vis in Marty, spent most of the rest of her film career in Europe. One of her earliest French film efforts was Recontre a Paris (Meeting in Paris), in which Blair stars as a wealthy American girl on holiday in the City of Light. When her father cuts off her allowance, our heroine is forced to alter her lifestyle significantly. This is the sort of film in which the poor are all colorful, robustly romantic and meticulously democratic. Before the final fade-out, Blair has found true love in the form of Robert Lamoreaux.