Unfortunately, some things now only exist in the images captured by photographers and filmmakers.
After April 15’s devastating fire at the Parisian cathedral of Notre-Dame, a structure where construction began as early as 1163, many around the world are coping with the loss of the landmark by reflecting on how it has featured so prominently within film and art.
In one new video by N. T. Binh, several film scenes with Notre-Dame as its backdrop are collected into one awesome mash-up that shows how iconic the French Gothic cathedral has become.
The video includes scenes featuring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant in Charade, the famous dance sequence from An American in Paris, the climactic kiss from Something’s Gotta Give, another fanciful dance scene from Everyone Says I Love You, and Ingrid Thulin and Glenn Ford in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Source: No Film School