Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Soviet filmmaker Dimitri Kirsonoff spent his entire career in France, alternating between feature films and short subjects. One of his briefer endeavors was the three-reel Faits Divers a Paris (1949), the story of a young girl's disillusionment in the big city. Contemporary reviews indicate that this film was released at 82 minutes, and that its plot was episodic. It is highly possible that Faits Divers a Paris was bundled together with several other Kirsonoff-directed shorts as an ersatz "feature film". Whatever the case, the film was edited by Kirsonoff's second wife Monique.