We went to see it Saturday evening and thoroughly enjoyed it. The story delves into the way that people look back onto another era as a golden age. Some see the 1950's as a better time and others look at the Victorian age as a golden time. I know people who think this way but I certainly don't. I can't see why any woman would want to live in a time where there was no birth control or no antibiotics, where women could not pursue advanced education or a profession, where she had to have her husband's permission for financial matters. No thanks.
If you want to see a good movie--beautiful Paris and an interesting story--Paris after Midnight is a nice evening's entertainment.